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English definition of “revenue tariff”

revenue tariff

noun [C]
 
 
TAX, ECONOMICS a tax on imported goods that has the purpose of making money for the country that imports them: If a country imposes the maximum revenue tariff, can it be expected to improve the welfare of its people? →  Compare protective tariff
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