Suppose to procure from a retailer (both in-store or electronically) a pair of footwear priced at $100. There’s a 98 % likelihood that the footwear have been manufactured abroad and a 73 % likelihood that they have been made in China. Let’s assume that the retailer certainly imported your footwear.
Take into account situation A. The retailer imported your shoe as a part of a bulk import. The majority import signifies that practically $20 of the value you paid is an obligation/tariff that the retailer should pay to the federal authorities for importing your shoe — and different merchandise — in bulk.