Tariff is known as the tax or duty that need to be paid on a specific class of exports and imports. It is used for the purpose to restrict trade, because it enhance the price of imported products, in order to make them more costly for customers (Böhringer, Carbone and Rutherford, 2016). Further particular tariff charge as a determinate fee which is based on type of item while ad- valorem tariff is fixed charge based on the item's value. Tariff is also consider as a amount that paid by a country for exporting and importing the products and services. Products and services which are traded their price get enhanced in case tariff being obligatory on the products. There are several tool provided in respect to shape mercantilism policy. Tariff is used for some particular purpose such as government impose tariff so that it can enhance income or to protect domestic industries from foreign competition. Customers mainly prefer to purchase those foreign product which price are cheaper (Bohi and Montgomery, 2015). Further it can be stated that tariff is very beneficial for the nation because it help in enhancing the earning of the government which lead to raise the country gross domestic products. On the other hand Import duty is collectable on items from nations depended on based on outside the European Union. Further import duty is tax which is collected on exports and imports by the customer authorities of a country. Tax which is charges on goods is based on is based on value of the goods which is imported (Levin and Widell, 2014). The amount of import duty is depended on products and services are which are bring or it may be shopped by post. It is charged as a percentage of the goods' total value.
Tariffs and import duties- Affects on industries and the economies, cost and benefits of a tariff.
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Duty and tariff both are known as tax which is imposed by the government on goods which is imported from some other country (Manova and Yu, 2016). A custom duty is called as indirect tax which government authorities imposed of a particular country on products and services imported by another nations. There are some affects and benefits of custom duty and tariff on economy and industries.
Affect of tariff and import duties on economy 700
Tariff is known as the tax which is charged by government on products which are imported and exported including insurance of imported products. There are three different situation on basis of which government charges tariffs such as:
- In order to protect inefficient domestic and ageing from another country competition.
- For protecting fledgling domestic industries from foreign competition (Haaland and Venables, 2016).
- In order to protect from dumping by foreign companies top domestic producers.
Furthermore dumping take place when foreign company charges low price in domestic market. In some of the cases too low prices is known as the price which is below cost, and due to which producers is losing money (Ciccarelli and Nuvolari, 2015). It can be stated that foreign tariff negatively impact the economy of a country. The foreign tariff which increase the cost of domestic producers and it lead to sell them in less price at foreign markets. Further producers cut production due to this demand is reduce and it causes jobs to be lost. Due to job losses it directly impact other industries as the demand for customer products are reducing because of the decrease in employment level. There are some causes of decrease in the economic health of a country that is foreign tariff and other market restriction (Dreyer and Popescu, 2014). Tariffs are a close to domestic producers who are at present facing reduced competition in their own country market. Reduced competition lead to cause price to enhance. Further tariff is one of the obstacle to free trade. It is mainly obligatory to defend domestic industry from cheap imports. If there is reduction in tariff then it will lead to trade creation.
Consumer surplus is the different betwixt the price which consumer pay and price which they are willing to pay. There are some reason due to which tariff is imposed such as raising revenue. If any country not produce oil then it charge a tax on oil imports which have no alternatives to pay import tariff (Blonigen, Liebman and Wilson, 2013). There are both direct and indirect tariff which effects the economy that is the the public revenue, the consumers, the producers, etc. further it can be analysed from the view point of a particular market or it can be measure from the point of economy. there are some affects of tariff on the imposing country that is consumption effect, redistribution effect, income effects etc. For the domestic industries tariff has a protective effect. It is so because it lead to enhance the domestic price of the imported commodity and then it decrease the demand of domestic commodity (Kim and Kose, 2014).
The economic effects of tariff is used as a trade barrier on order to protect domestic industries. For study the the effects of tariff there is use of partial equilibrium approaches which is represented by supply and demand analysis (Kee, Neagu and Nicita, 2013).
If there is absence of foreign trade then it lead to domestic price OPd can be find out at which OQ quantity of computers is sold out and demanded. Further it can be assumed that Indian economy is now opened for trading with UK which has some relative advantage in the production of computers (Yu, 2015). Here, when Indian economy is free to trade with UK then it free trade price is Opw.
For protecting domestic computer industry India imposes a tariff of PW Pt per computer. In India the price of computer will be higher that is can be seen to Opt. From the above diagram it show that Opt that show higher price in India lead to decline the consumption of computers (Dal Bianco, Boatto and Santeramo, 2016). Due to high tariff lead to buy less computers which outcome is that reallocate a part of their expenditure to little in demand substitute goods.
There are some negative impact of keeping tariff on imports such as customer need to pay pay high price for purchasing products and return on exports and it aslol lead to negatively impact UK industry (Felbermayr, Jung and Larch, 2015). For instance if a nation place tariffs on imports of cars then it will lead to higher price for consumer and higher price of the cost of production. However, rise in price may not be highs but lead to spread in whole economy, the increase in price lead to decline in demand for another products which are produced in the UK. The effect of tariff cannot be noticed but it lead to job losses in steel industry (Keen and Kotsogiannis, 2014). But same tariff price remain higher then it economy is adversely affected with the decrease in demand for other goods. Higher tariff lead to directly impact growth and development of economy. It is so because higher price of goods and services lead to reduce consumer spending. Further it there is lower economic growth then it lead to a minimize the job creations and unemployment. Apart from this it protect the wrong industries. Industries which wanting tariff are mostly those who are not having international competitiveness and in long term decline. All the industries which can compete with foreign firms (Togan, 2015). It has been argued that increase in tariff lead to negatively impact inefficiency and it also lead to support inefficient firm. Tariff also lead to enhance government revenue which is lead to positively impact the economy.
Affect of tariff and import duty on industries 700
Tariff are important taxes and duties which is placed on an imported goods by the government. It lead to make domestic good cheaper fro its domestic consumers and products which are imported more expensive for an organisations which are exporting goods from their industry into the domestic industry (Matsushita, Schoenbaum and Hahn, 2015). If government charger high tariff then it lead to increase the price of goods for the domestic consumers. Along with this it lead to higher import cost for foreign producers and suppliers. There increase in foreign goods due to tariff which lead to one time inflation. In theory the revenue which take place from this tariff further used for the purpose of building public infrastructure. The economy can be impact due to decrease in demand of goods and services (Böhringer, Carbone and Rutherford, 2016). The domestic demand is known as the inner desire which is ability to pay for prefer goods.
Further the addition custom duty and tariff lead to demotivate foreign countries and industry to sale products in a another country. The additional tax charged by government make foreign import too expensive or less competitive (Bohi and Montgomery, 2015). Due to this reason the organisation make products which are of low quality for their consumers. The quantity of Chocolate, vegetable, automotive parts need to chose from all its subject in respect to impact of tariffs. Furthermore, if government of UK charge higher tariff then it lead to increase in price of products which are imported from other country. Along with this it is not necessary that customers prefer to buy those foreign company product at higher price. Consumer will switch to domestic company product and it lead to negatively impact foreign company products (Levin and Widell, 2014). Apart from this there are three potential impact which UK industry face if UK left European union market and customs without an new trade agreements. The least impact faced by retailer and other industry that are fashion retailer, Chocolatier and other car maker may face high problem due to tariff. For instance, from research it has been find out that if UK leave European Union s then Trade deal UK exporter face the potential impact of £ 5.2 billion in tarriff on goods which are sold out to Eus (Manova and Yu, 2016). On the other side EU exporters also face £ 12.8 billion in tariff on all products which they get from UK.
£3.3 billion of tariff which is faced by German companies at the time of exporting its goods to United Kingdom. On the other side in return UK exporters will face £0.9 billion of tariffs on goods which are sold in Germany (Haaland and Venables, 2016). One of the biggest impact is faced at the time of exporting goods to vehicle such as tariff of £1.2 billion to car related exports.
Cost and Benefit of a tariff and custom duty 700
There are some benefits and cost of a tariff. Tariff lead to enhance the cost of imports, which lead to decrease consumer surplus. For instances, UK consumer are out from European union broad tariff on agriculture products (Ciccarelli and Nuvolari, 2015). For protecting European union farmer high tariff is placed due to which there are different agricultural products became more costly. So it is tough to state that consumer get any benefit from tariff. Further it may be possible that long run customer get some benefit from the protection of domestic industries. While if tariff can be improved by this industries. European union farmer get some welfare from farming tariff because they are protected from inexpensive competition. There are some inefficient firm which are pleased due to limitation of competition. Along with this, introduction of tariff basically lead to retaliation (Dreyer and Popescu, 2014). Hence, other nations will place tariffs on exporting goods at UK. So some of the firms can export less or may be lose out. Furthermore, there are different benefits and cost of tariff which are based on following:
Price effects (Cost): If there is rise in the price of commodity due to which importer will enforce the entire tariff on the consumers. Further if demand is less elastic and vice versa then it lead to less burdens and if the demand is elastic (Blonigen, Liebman and Wilson, 2013).
Revenue effects: if any nation charge high tariff then it lead to be revenue of country. On the other side if company charge less tariff then it lead to decrease the income of nation.
Protection effect (benefit): Tariff lead to increase the domestic price of the foreign goods, which lead to reduce the domestic demand for that particular commodity and it lead to affect domestic production.
Consumption affect (Benefit/ cost): Prices rise of commodity to tariffs and demand fall due to increase in Tariff. Total outlay consumption of the domestic is depend on whether the demand of commodity is elastic or inelastic.
Redistribution effects: High tariff lead to enhance the price and it leads to transfer of real revenue to the producer from customers (Kim and Kose, 2014).
Terms of trade effect (Cost): Tariff lead to minimize the country offer of exporting to import. It is so due to part of imports need to surrenders to the customs authorities as a tariff.
Competition effect: Tariff lead to protect domestic industry from foreign competition. After some time all this protected industry lead to growth and development of small scale industry which after becoming economically stronger can compete in the all over the world market. On the other side industry which do not want competition and leave efficient and in protection which they get from tariffs (Kee, Neagu and Nicita, 2013).
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Balance of payment effect: It bring down imports and enhance exports surplus of the country, si with the help of tariff a shortage in balance of payment can be improved. The cost of a tariff come from the higher price to consumers, on the other side it partially goes to the government. Further this tariff income which is earned by government can be redistributed to consumers or spent on goods or it can provide benefit to consumer which can be get by spending on goods.
Income and employment: Imports of product become inexpensive at the time when expenditure is reduced. All the money can be shifted from imports which can be spent domestically produced goods (Yu, 2015). Tariff can enhance the full employment level, and lead to growth and development of economy.
Duty and tariff both are known as tax which is imposed by the government on goods which is imported from some other country. Tariff is known as the tax which is charged by government on products which are imported and exported including insurance of imported products. Custom duty and tariff lead to demotivate foreign countries and industry to sale products in a another country. The additional tax charged by government make foreign import too costly or less competitive. Further it can be concluded that Tariff lead to increase the domestic price of the foreign goods, which at the same time to reduce the domestic demand for that particular commodity and it directly to affect domestic production. Further tariff is useful in order to offer temporary supports to a specific industry. But tariff need to be seemed in broad context such as the way they are causing problems to industries and economy. It not tackle with the fundamental issues such as rising in equality. Unemployment etc
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