Tariffs: our price is what must be paid
When we go to a store we pay the tax, so it should be for U.S. tariffs.
It is simple; this is our lumber, milk, oil or whatever; our price is what must be paid. Example: whomever purchases a $100 of our lumber pays $100; if there is a 30 per cent tariff, the purchaser pays the tariff (tax), the seller gets the $100. The price offered is for whom will pay the price.
John A. Mc Donald