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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

No, a global free trade system is better for our businesses and consumers

@95KSND5 answered…1wk

Yes, but on a case by case basis, based on the best interests of the New Zealand economy

@8Z7JZJF answered…7mos

Yes, sourcing products locally to reduce carbon footprints should be encouraged

@7YXGPSN from Maryland answered…2yrs

No, not in the current manner. Tariffs should be used rarely and only if we have a commission of economists that will give the US a clear plan of who we place tariffs on, what we place tariffs on, how high the tariffs are, and what we want to accomplish

@8BHWD4WLabour Party answered…2yrs

Yes, but make transition processes for industries that can't survive and if this doesnt work then those industries won't be regulated.

@8HZNJFY answered…2yrs

We should only charge tariffs on product from countries who charge tariffs on our products.

@8GJGHJM answered…2yrs

@8G6W4ZJ answered…2yrs

Yes, but only for products that harm our nz industries with same products, help improve kiwi manufacturing by buying kiwi

@8G5XX2G answered…2yrs

@8FXTCG2 answered…2yrs

@8F3VT82 answered…2yrs

This depends on the product and the survival of the local industry.

@8F3V23G answered…2yrs

Yes if the other country has tarrifs and is equivalent safety and carbon picy

@8DQPT7Z answered…2yrs

yes on products we manufacture here - no on products needed to accelerate the economy and no on raw materials - we have lost our ability to manufacture and we need to increase our self reliance

@8CZG839 answered…2yrs

possibly if it achieves better trade deals. More important to use tarrifs for finished goods not inputs.

@8CLYDYN answered…2yrs

It will depend on what kind of goods - goods that people need should be taxes less than the ones people want

@TravellingFOOT answered…2yrs

Yes, but without hurting our manufacturing businesses that rely on importing cheap resources to make their products

@8CC5Q3D answered…2yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

No, this will hurt our manufacturing businesses that rely on importing cheap resources to make their products

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

Yes, our country has been on the losing side of trade deals for too long

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

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