0 suppliers will satisfy domestic demand as much as possible before any exporting or importing takes place 905Domestic Demand Domestic Supply 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 QUANTITY (Tons of soybeans) If Colombia is open to international trade in soybeans without any restrictions, it will import tons of soybeans Suppose the Colombian government wants to reduce imports to exactly 100 tons of soybeans to help domestic producers. A tariff of $ 0 will achieve this A tariff set at this level would raise $ in revenue for the Colombian government

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suppliers will satisfy domestic demand as much as possible before any exporting or importing takes place
905Domestic Demand
Domestic Supply
0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500
QUANTITY (Tons of soybeans)
If Colombia is open to international trade in soybeans without any restrictions, it will import
tons of soybeans
Suppose the Colombian government wants to reduce imports to exactly 100 tons of soybeans to help domestic producers. A tariff of $
0
will achieve this
A tariff set at this level would raise $
in revenue for the Colombian government
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0 suppliers will satisfy domestic demand as much as possible before any exporting or importing takes place 905Domestic Demand Domestic Supply 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 QUANTITY (Tons of soybeans) If Colombia is open to international trade in soybeans without any restrictions, it will import tons of soybeans Suppose the Colombian government wants to reduce imports to exactly 100 tons of soybeans to help domestic producers. A tariff of $ 0 will achieve this A tariff set at this level would raise $ in revenue for the Colombian government

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