Tariff

Average tariff rates for selected countries (1913–2007)
Tariff rates in Japan (1870–1960)
Average tariff rates in Spain and Italy (1860–1910)
Average tariff rates (France, UK, US)
Average tariff rates in USA (1821–2016)
U.S. Trade Balance and Trade Policies (1895–2015)
Average tariff rates on manufactured products
Average levels of duties (1875 and 1913)
Trade policy, exports and growth in selected European countries

A tariff is a tax on imports or exports between sovereign states.

In other languages and very occasionally[ citation needed] in English, tariff or its cognates may also be used to describe any list of prices (e.g., electrical tariff). This article discusses the preceding meaning.

Etymology

The small Spanish town of Tarifa is sometimes credited with being the origin of the word " tariff", since it was the first port in history to charge merchants for the use of its docks. [1] The name "Tarifa" itself is derived from the name of the Berber warrior, Tarif ibn Malik. However, other sources assume that the origin of tariff is the Italian word tariffa translated as "list of prices, book of rates", which is derived from the Arabic ta'rif meaning "making known" or "to define". [2]

Other Languages
العربية: رسوم جمركية
asturianu: Arancel
azərbaycanca: Gömrük rüsumu
Bân-lâm-gú: Koan-sòe
български: Мито
català: Aranzel
Deutsch: Zoll (Abgabe)
eesti: Tollimaks
Ελληνικά: Δασμός
español: Arancel
euskara: Muga-zerga
français: Droit de douane
한국어: 관세
italiano: Dazio
lietuvių: Muitas
Nederlands: Douanerechten
日本語: 関税
norsk: Toll
norsk nynorsk: Toll
português: Taxa alfandegária
Simple English: Tariff
سنڌي: ٽيرف
slovenščina: Carina (dajatev)
svenska: Tullavgift
தமிழ்: தீர்வை
татарча/tatarça: Tamojnya salımnarı
తెలుగు: సుంకం
українська: Митний платіж
اردو: ٹیرف
Tiếng Việt: Thuế quan
粵語: 關稅
中文: 关税