Import Duties Act

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The UK Act of Parliament passed in 1932 that marked the end of the era during which free trade was the accepted normal national trading policy. The Import Duties Act imposed a 10 percent tariff on most items from non-Commonwealth countries, excluding food and raw materials, thus marking the end of free trade and the start of the policy of Imperial Preference.

Subjects: Economics.

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