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The list of items upon which a duty is imposed when they are imported into the United States, together with the rates at which such articles are taxed.

The term tariff is also used in reference to the actual custom or duty payable on such items.


Customs Duties; Import Quotas.

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the level of punishment imposed or recommended for a criminal offence.
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TARIFF. Customs, duties, toll. or tribute payable upon merchandise to the general government is called tariff; the rate of customs, &c. also bears this name and the list of articles liable to duties is also called the tariff.
     2. For the tariff of duties imposed on the importation of foreign merchandise into the United States.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Those who registered are notified of the best tarrif and how much they stand to save by moving - it's then up to the customer to decide whether they want to switch or not.
After 2000 the competition in this sector became even greater through the apearance of a large number of suppliers who chose their entering the courier services market through dumping policies by supplying courier services at extremely low tarrifs: RoCourier Express, Couriero etc.
"Both the Canadian and Korean developments are viewed as very hopeful signs for the approaching 1990 re-negotiations of the General Agreement on Tarrifs and Trade (GATT), the so-called Uruguay Round.
Accordng to analyst Tero Kuittinen, who spoke to the (http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/06/07/apple-buddies-up-with-cheaper-wireless-partners-for-iphone/?src=me&ref=technology) New York Times , Apple has grown tired of the expensive tarrifs offered by the likes of AT&T and Verizon.
The Chairman BOI confirmed the Turkish delegation that the customs tarrifs would be reduced in the budget of 2012-13 and it would continue to be reduced in the coming years gradually.
"Nampower is willing to sign a power purchase agreement as long as the power, tarrifs and technology used is right.
From this it follows that these products will be exported to CIS countries under EurAsEC tarrifs, not the Customs Union.
Algiers and the EU had plans to scrap tarrifs on goods travelling between the two markets begining in 2017, but Algeria hoped to push back the start date to 2020, hoping the extra time would help ease concern among its domestic producers.
Now the customer enjoy low cost mobile connection charges, reduced tarrifs, almost complete coverage area and quality mobile services throughout the country.
The company even has the funding in place to offer PV systems for free, with the costs being absorbed via feed in tarrifs.
One reason for the delays in getting parts has been the huge demand for solar panels in Germany, where Feed in Tarrifs (FITs) have been in place since 2005.
Beijing accuses the Union of imposing illegal taxes on Chinese shoes, whereas the 27-member bloc argues its tarrifs, imposed in 2006 and extended in December 2009, are a legitimate measure against unfair trade.