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discriminatory taxnoun [C]

uk   us   ECONOMICS, TAX
a ​tax on particular ​companies or ​products, for ​example, ​products from ​foreign countries, that is intended to make it easier for other ​companies to ​compete: Discussions are taking ​placeconcerningexportbans and ​discriminatorytaxes with the ​aim of ​protectingnationalindustries.
a ​tax that is considered ​unfair by some ​people, because it does not affect everyone equally: The ​proposal would ensure that ​internetcommerce remains ​free of ​discriminatorytaxes.
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