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Placing a tariff on imports of a good is most likely to decrease:

A quantity of the good demanded in the domestic market.

Placing a tariff on an imported good increases the good's domestic price, which reduces the quantity demanded. However, the quantity supplied by domestic firms increases with the domestic equilibrium price, as does producer surplus for domestic firms

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