Tariffs by Fiat: The Widening Chasm between U.S. Antidumping Policy and the Rule of Law
Daniel J. Ikenson|CATO Institute | 07/16/2020
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Congressional Research Service | 09/10/2020
The U.S. Constitution grants to Congress the power to regulate trade with foreign nations and levy tariffs. Since 1922, U.S. law and foreign policy have favored applying tariffs and duties…
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