water in the tariff

water in the tariff
межд. эк., гос. фин. "вода в тарифе"* (величина, на которую установленная ставка таможенного тарифа превышает ставку запретительного тарифа, т. е. величина сверх ставки таможенного тарифа, реально необходимой для предотвращения импорта товара)
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