“Based on current estimates, Kids II will incur an additional duty spend of over $11 million if these tariffs are implemented, which will compel Kids II to take one or both of the following actions: – Reduce its U.S. workforce in Georgia in order to free up capital to compensate for the tariff impact , or – Substantially raise the price of its products, which will make Kids II uncompetitive against larger conglomerates and potentially threaten significant sales channels.”