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60.In general, tariffs weaken: A. inflationary pressures. B. special interests’ privileges.C.balance-of-payments positions.D. government control in economic matters.E. reciprocal tariffs by other countries.In general, tariffs weaken balance-of-payments positions, supply-and-demand patterns, and international relations (they can start trade wars).
61.Which of the following is true of tariffs?
62.In general, tariffs restrict:
63.A specific unit or dollar limit applied to a particular type of good is called a(n):
64.Which of the following is an example of a nontariff trade barrier? A. Compound dutiesB. Revenue tariffs C.Administrative feesD. Specific dutiesE. DutiesAdministrative fees, valuation systems, antidumping practices, tariff classifications, and documentation requirements are collectively classified as customs and administrative entry procedures which represent a sub-type of non-tariff barriers.
65.Which of the following types of nontariff barriers
strictly falls under the category of specific limitations on trade?
66.In the context of nontariff barriers, antidumping practices fall under the category of:

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