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Protective & preferential import duties

by A. C. Pigou

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Published by Macmillan, Macmillan in London, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Tariff -- Great Britain,
    • Imperial federation

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby A. C. Pigou.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF2046 .P65
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 117 p.
      Number of Pages117
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6982979M
      LC Control Number07012497
      OCLC/WorldCa5004887

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      Trade and of Preferential and Protective Tariffs. My aim has been to use as sparingly as possible the technical language of economic science, and to give so clear an explanation of the terms I use as to enable those unversed in that science to understand the lines of Size: KB. Specific duties are best applied for protectionist purposes, since their size varies inversely with the prices of imports. For example, an import taxed at $5 per ton, and costing $ per ton, may have an effective duty of 5%. However, if its price drops to $80 per ton—a threat to domestic producers—the effective duty may rise to more than 6%.

      For this post Economics in the Rear-view Mirror has transcribed the reading assignments for Princeton’s graduate course “International Trade Theory” for the academic years (F. D. Graham), (C. R. Whittlesey), and (F. D. Graham).The typed lists come from Frank W. Fetter’s papers at the Economists’ Papers Archive of Duke University and are found in a folder along. Most imports require licenses. Import duties ranged from 5% for raw materials and capital equipment, 15% for intermediate goods, and 25% on final products in Selected items, such as soaps and vegetable cooking oils, carry special protective tariffs. There are no free trade zones.


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These countries have eliminated import duties on 99 per cent of products in the Inclusion List and AFTA is almost completely realised among the ASEAN On average, today ASEAN 6 has % of tariff lines in the Inclusion List at 0%.

Only % or less than. Professor Pigou's Protective and Preferential Import Duties is a small book of decided interest and value. It is, indeed, easily the most important product of the fiscal controversy in England, so far as concerns the discussion of fundamental doctrines.

The book embodies portions of the Riddle of the Tariff. Customs duties on merchandise imports are called tariffs. Tariffs give a price advantage to locally-produced goods over similar goods which are imported, and they raise revenues for governments.

One result of the Uruguay Round was countries’ commitments to cut tariffs and to “bind” their customs duty rates to levels which are. The theory of tariffs, which evolved from the classical controversy over free trade and protectionism, occupies an important position in the study of trade and welfare.

Early in the present century Bickerdike (, a, b) formalized the proposition that a country is able to increase its real income by imposing a tariff on by: 3.

Great Britain undertook to continue the preferences already existing under the Import Duties Act, and in addition created new preferences chiefly in wheat, dairy products, meat, fruits, and tobacco.

Great Britain further undertook to secure for Canada extensive preferences in the non-self-governing Empire. • Preferential Rules of origin are determined whether goods are entitled to the payment of less or no import duties.

For this reason, preferential rules of origin will be applicable. Preferential rules of origin are applied in the case of Free Trade Agreements and other File Size: KB.

Import duties on cereals and some fruits and vegetables are exceptions to the fixed tariff rule where the tariffs charged are a function of the import price, the former due to the Blair House Agreement between the US and the EU in and the latter due to the entry-price system used to establish the tariff rate applicable to the import of.

Arthur Cecil Pigou (/ ˈ p iː ɡ uː /; 18 November – 7 March ) was an English a teacher and builder of the School of Economics at the University of Cambridge, he trained and influenced many Cambridge economists who went on to take chairs of economics around the world.

His work covered various fields of economics, particularly welfare economics, but also included Born: 18 NovemberRyde, Isle of Wight, England. Protective & preferential import duties 5/ 5 The riddle of the tariff 4 / 5 The economy and finance of the war, being a discussion of the real costs of the war and the way in which they should be met / 54/5(4).

Preferential tariff refers to tariff favoring the products of one country preferential to another. It is extended to partner countries who have signed Free Trade Agreements (FTA) with each other. On entering an FTA, the customs duties for selected imported goods that originate from the FTA partner countries are lower or totally eliminated.

A tariff is a tax on imports or exports between sovereign is a form of regulation of foreign trade and a policy that taxes foreign products to encourage or safeguard domestic industry. Traditionally, states have used them as a source of income.

Protective & preferential import duties 5/ 5 The riddle of the tariff 4 / 5 The economy and finance of the war, being a discussion of the real costs of the war and the way in which they should be met / 55/5(2).

The special preferential duty rates shall apply to import goods originated from countries or regions with which the People’s Republic of China has concluded a trade agreement that comprises special preferential duty clauses. The general duty rates shall apply to import goods originated from countries or regions other than those specified in.1.

Ordinary Import Duties Tariff duties are levied on imported goods either as a revenue generating measure or a protective scheme to artificially or temporarily inflate prices to support the local industries of a particular country and protect its domestic output from their foreign counterparts.

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