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Do Tariffs help us to maintain a favorable balance of trade and balance of payments. Please explain deeply.

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  2. Ok Thank you

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  3. tariffs are a tax on foriegn goods they don't favor a balance of trade they make it so you'll be buy more in-country goods and buy less outside the country

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