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Tariff Quotas in the United States

  • Michael Rom
Part of the Trade Policy Research Centre book series

Abstract

Tariff quotas in the United States occupy only a very marginal place in its commercial policy at the present time.. In fact, a recent four-volume study of the Tariff Commission1 dealing with trade barriers in the United States, and comparing them with those in other countries, hardly refers to this tool of commercial policy.2 Nevertheless, the accumulated experience in this field in the United States is of interest and is valuable since it adds to knowledge of the topic in general, and may prove instructive when considering the application of this tool.

Keywords

Trade Agreement Wool Fabric Tariff Rate Commercial Policy Total Import 
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Notes and References

  1. 1.
    United States Tariff Commission, Trade Barriers Report to the Committee on Finance of the United States Senate and its Subcommittee on International Trade ( Washington: US Government Printing Office, 1974 ).Google Scholar
  2. 44.
    Department of State, Trade Agreement Program, 13th Report, ( Washington: US Government Printing Office, 1960 ).Google Scholar

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© Michael Rom and the Trade Policy Research Centre 1979

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