Even after tariff protections were put in place, panels were still relatively cheap to buy.
Everybody knows how the tariff and Labour questions were settled.
The first year the tariff will be 35 percent, the second year it will be 30 percent and the third year it will be 25 percent.
They also managed for years to keep a tariff on imports of ethanol, giving the U.S. industry a distinct advantage.
An under-valued Chinese currency bars American products and services as effectually as a tariff barrier.
Mention some articles on which, in your judgment, the tariff rate is too high.
The sectional element has happily been eliminated from the tariff discussion.
Mr. Bright had the patent evidence all around him of the misery which the inequitable adjustment of the tariff had created.
The attendants are exceedingly civil, and charges regulated by a tariff.
The alleged ground of her quarrel was the high rates of the tariff imposed by Congress upon imports.
1590s, "arithmetical table," from Italian tariffa, Medieval Latin tarifa "list of prices, book of rates," from Arabic ta'rif "information, notification, inventory of fees to be paid," verbal noun from arafa "to make known." Meaning "official list of customs duties on imports or exports" is from 1590s; sense of "classified list of charges made in a business" is recorded from 1757.
A government tax on imports, designed either to raise revenue or to protect domestic industry from foreign competition.