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noun as in customs

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Changes in the level of subsidies and feed-in tariffs can put a damper on activity.

The credits relieved the sailors and owners of tariffs, essentially tax payments they had to make on supplies for the fishery.

He was reportedly chatting with the oligarch about relaxing E.U. aluminum tariffs.

The results could well include retaliatory tariffs that cost thousands of jobs.

Apparently the income tax was seen as a substitute for tariffs, which of course the South opposed.

This act extinguished the treaties regulating all tariffs and duties with foreign powers, and gave free trade all along the coast.

Literary criticism, armaments, tariffs, manners—there was no end to it.

There are no incontrovertible doctrines pertaining to tariffs or financial operations, which are modified by circumstances.

The thrifty maritime population feared Canadian extravagance and Canadian high tariffs.

It was chiefly in matters of trade and tariffs that progress was made in the direction of self-government.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tariffs, such as: imposts, and tax.

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