The Inflation Reduction Act Sparks Trade Disputes: What Next?
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For hundreds of years, friendly nations have agreed among each other to use tariffs, and not domestic income or sales taxes, to favor domestically made products over imported versions. Unfortunately, American tariffs have atrophied to almost zero since 1934, when Congress handed the State Department authority to cut tariffs via international agreements. As producers offshored… Continue reading The Inflation Reduction Act Sparks Trade Disputes: What Next? on American Affairs Journal. Read this story at , , , , , , , , , , ,

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