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  • The meaning of "Tariff" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. A tariff is a tax.

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    2. yes, you can also use despite for it as well

  • Example sentences using "Tariff"

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    2. "The tariff on the car I imported is high, it ended up costing more than I thought." "There was a tariff on the goods they exported."

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    2. I think it both(the same)

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    2. Tariff is a specific kind of tax on imports and exports.

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    2. Brother you are too smart that i don't have words to praise

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    2. With respect, this writing needs work. This is a first revision, if you could address my queries, I can take another look. In 2020, the Olympics will be held in Japan. Does anybody know that this is a great opportunity to promote Japan? It is now or never. Hurry up! Don’t miss it! The truth is, Japan's tourism industry is still nascent. In this aspect, it can be considered a backwards country. Why? Here are some problems that Japan needs to deal with. To illustrate my point, I provide some examples taken from other countries. Workforce Issues Firstly, workers in Japan are not well paid. In contrast, workers in Switzerland are well-paid. This type of incentives motivates workers [to do what?]. Moreover, the country has institutions specialising in the tourism industry. Students at these institutions can learn how the country can attract tourists and push the country ahead. It is not only about developing a worker's skills and abilities, but also their consciousness and attitude. This is why the Swiss tends to be involved in tourism. [This sentence is unclear, could you rephrase?] Tourist Facilities Secondly, are you sure that there are sufficient facilities for foreigners in Japan? This is not the case! The number of hotels we have is insufficient, our transportation system is poor and the guidance we provide to tourists is confusing. As a tourist, you are left wondering if your itinerary is good. Singapore is a good counter-example. As a completely artificial country, they have succeded [in doing what?]. They have no "natural" tourist resource such as natural heritage or historic sites. In 2003, the number of tourists who visited Singapore was 500,000. However, since Changi Airport was opened, this figure has since doubled. The airport has a swimming pool, a cinema, an online game arcade and a shopping mall. Buildings have been built one after another, all within easy to access. As such, the number of tourists visiting Singapore will only incresae. Nature Tourism Thirdly, nature can sometimes have a huge effect on tourism. If you look at Bhutan, you will see how important it is to keep a country's environment clean. Although the tariff [what tariff?] is a little high, the number of tourists visting Bhutan has increased year after year. The Bhutanese regard their whole country as a national park. Its forest accounts for 72% [of? the country's tourism revenue?] because the government protects it and Bhutanese are willing to support such measures. this is linked to the dramatic growth in tourism the country is experiencing. In Japan, our dirty environment has caught the Bhutanese's attention. For example, [Tokyo bay in particular is harmful to its ecosystem | this needs to be rephrased]. This is a problem that Japan will need to manage. In conclusion, Japan should no longer rely on its heritage sites, Yuru-Chara or imitation places. It has to protect and preserve [something special | you need to take a look at this paragraph, I don't quite understand what you are trying to say]. [If there is only in Japan, it is natural to be popular | same, could you rephrase?].

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    2. @LovelyChap Yes, it's correct because there are two tariffs(tariffs is plural) and that makes themselves plural.

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    2. In that example, they omit the verb after "would" but it still sounds natural. "he would be doing in the absence of progress" is the more complete version. It means, sometime in the past, Trump said that if there is no progress, he will refrain from increasing tariffs. Now, in the present, there is no progress, so he refrained from increasing tariffs. So he did as he said he would. If you have questions ask in reply

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    2. When investing, an investor either invests by buying the actual stocks and holding them, which is called investing "long", since the original intent is to keep the stocks for a long period in possession. The opposite is to "short" the stocks, which is to borrow the stocks from an investment company, on the promise that an investor would return the borrowed stocks (not their value), and then immediately selling the borrowed stocks in the stock market. Investors do that when they think the price of a stock will drop, so they sell the borrowed stock at the current price, and then buy the same quantity of the stock at a lower price later, and returning the stocks to the lender, there by benefiting from the difference in price. (Sorry for the long explanation, but this is more finance than English). So, if an investor gets caught long, that means that news came out that affected the stock market negatively, and the price of the stocks they are holding has decreased. So they got caught by surprise. "considering it's a pretty big headline.", the news of tariff hikes is major news, and if it is taken into consideration according to its importance, it should have affected the market at a much larger scale, which it didn't. So considering how important the news was, it had an impact (negatively), but in relation to its importance, it wasn't that bad of an effect.

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    2. Valuation: How much all the shares are worth. Float: how many shares are tradeable. We create company AAA with 10 shares in total. An investor comes and lets us borrow some money. The investor thinks that our shares will sell at $200 each. Our pre-IPO valuation is $2000. 10 shares times $200. During IPO we sell one share at $100. Our valuation after the IPO is $1000 (10x100). Our float is one share $100. We received $100 in the IPO to finance our operations. Next day we sell one more share at $150 Our valuation is $1500 Our float is $300 (two outstanding shares at $150 each) Our proceeds from the IPO is $250. Q1: Uber last borrowed some money from Toyota. We do not know how much. Toyota thought the valuation will be $76B. Some shares were sold at the IPO. We don't know how much. From what I was able to find it is around 27m shares, or $1.27bn. Float is 27m shares, or $1.27bn. We do not know how much of that went to Uber, as some shares may have come from investors. Q2: we do not know how much debt or cash Uber has. They will have to disclose it later, as they are a public company now. DIfference between $76B and $74B is not related to this.

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