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A customs duty is best described as a ____________. a. tax paid on exported goods c. fee paid by countries that wish to implement import quotas b. tax paid on imported goods d. fee paid by countries
as they enter into free trade agreements
A customs duty is best described as a ____________.b. tax paid on imported goods
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