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How do tariffs work to protect infant industries? (1 point)They reduce sales taxes for introductory products. They shield new industries in the early stages of their development from the competition
of more mature rivals. They raise the trade barriers for imports of child-care products. They increase competition from a new business, forcing it to be productive.
They shield new industries in the early stages of their development from the competition of more mature rivals.
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The main trading partners of the United States are: the European Union, Canada, Mexico, and Japan.

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The United States placed a limit on the number of cars that can be brought into the country for sale. This is an example of an IMPORT QUOTA.

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The United States placed a limit on the number of cars that can be brought into the country for sale. This is an example of User: The primary measure of a country's development is (1 point)average income. average life expectancy. per capita gross domestic product. percentage of a population with a college degree.
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