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This court will hear cases involving U.S. tariff laws. a. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit c. Court of International Trade b. U.S. District Court d. U.S. Military Court of Appeals
c. Court of International Trade - hear cases involving U.S. tariff laws.
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c. Court of International Trade - hear cases involving U.S. tariff laws.
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