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Which countries have the lowest import tariffs?

Our friends at Trade New Analysis provide the answer with this handy chart for use in the economics classroom

The data comes from the World Trade Organisation and their latest World Tariff Profiles for 2017 which provides information on the tariffs and non-tariff measures imposed by over 170 countries.

Hong Kong and Singapore along with Macao have the lowest import tariffs.

New Zealand has among the lowest import tariffs in the world: 2% on average

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