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A. Tariff

The government taxes the import of coffee from South America.

The government charges a tax on foreign cars sold in the United States.



B. Quota

The government provides domestic coffee growers with free land for growing beans.


The government limits the number of foreign cars that can be sold in the United States.

C. Subsidy

The government limits the amount of South American coffee that can be sold in the United States.


The government gives money to domestic car-makers to help them remain competitive.


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Tariff - the goverment puts a high tax on sugar made in other countries.
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Quota - the government limits the import of sugar from other countriesΒ 
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Subsidy - the government pays super farmers to keep sugar prices lowΒ 
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Why not just make your own answer instead of putting it in the comments of a guy answering form a different pool of possible choices
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B. Quota is: The government limits the amount of South Amercian codee that can be sold in the United states, and Subsidy: The government provides domestic coffee growers with free land for growing beans.

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