From the Daily Caller:

“It’s a classic example of valuing the producer over the consumer,” Clark Packard, a policy analyst at free market group R-Street, told TheDCNF about how tariffs are structured to protect consumers at the expense of consumers.

“Sure, Suniva and SolarWorld, the two petitioners, and their employees may benefit from import restrictions, but other solar companies who use imported solar cells would face higher costs, layoffs, etc. and then consumers of solar products who would see prices spike,” he added.

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