The idea was that an ad valorem tariff on all imports plus a subsidy of the same amount on all exports would have the same effect as an exchange rate devaluation.
What does AVT stand for?
AVT stands for Ad Valorem Tariff
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Samples in periodicals archive:
5 percent ad valorem tariff plus an additional duty of 54 cents per gallon.
They could boost the customs valuation of these goods, inflating ad valorem tariffs.
AN ALTERNATIVE VIEW OF THE CONFEDERATE TARIFF CLAUSE It has been suggested to us that the purpose of the Confederate Constitution's tariff clause was to establish a uniform, ad valorem tariff rate for all imports, thereby blunting rent-seeking incentives.
With his decision to impose a maximum of 30% ad valorem tariffs as opposed to the 40% requested by the steel lobby, the President split the difference between free trade and total protectionism.
Would it make sense to use an ad valorem tariff rather than a specific one?
BMI cautions, however, that Iran imposes ad valorem tariffs of over 60% on imported medicines, which will significantly raise the final cost to consumers.
Because most duties reflect a set percentage of that price, these ad valorem tariffs will rise according to the official customs valuation of goods.