Doesn't it seem strange that American products sold overseas are charge a much higher price to be allowed in many third world countries but when they ship to us we don't stick it to them? Well here is the problem, most of the ecconomy of the third world countries are own by corp's who do business here in the usa. So if high tarriffs were added to products comming to our shores it would just be a cut into their profits from corp's they have financial stakes in. Otherwise what we are saying here is companies who have shipped jobs overseas who have then ship the products we once made here back to us would have to pick up cost out of their profits. But no we don't do that and it's turned into a great thing for american business that manufactures products overseas now. They don't have to Pay higher wages, and most part no benefits to a group of people who have no labor laws or do they have much of any rules on how they pollute their countries.