“The proposed tariff subcategories on List 3 cut across a wide section of its other product offerings, such that Yotrio would be unable to handle a 25% increase in product cost across the board. Such a cost will ultimately be passed on to retailers, and consumers. A 25% duty on Yotrio’s products would thus create a significant price gap that would allow foreign companies who are not otherwise sourcing their products from China to erode Yotrio’s industry-leading position. This setback and loss in market share cannot be undone, nor can production be re-shored elsewhere in a manner quick enough to blunt its effects. A loss of our consumer base will gravely affect a small business like ours—including all 57 of our employees and their families.”