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Should retailers be allowed to import "grey" goods from abroad for resale?

  • Yes, retailers should be allowed to import "grey" goods from abroad for resale.

    Yes, retailers should be allowed to import "grey" goods from abroad for resale. In a economy that emphasizes the free market and the large amount of competition like the United States does, retailers should be allowed to have the freedom to import goods that increase their profit margins, even if they are of subpar quality.

  • Yes, importers should be allowed to import grey goods.

    Importers should be allowed to import Grey goods because it is a fair market. If we limit the items that importers can deal with, then it will have a negative impact on our overall economic system. This is why I think that it is best to allow importers to import Grey goods.

  • Question makes no sense

    If grey goods were allowed to be imported for resale then they would be legal, and if they were banned, then they would be illegal. Either way, any decision on specific goods would inherently make them no longer grey goods, and therefore the question is irrelevant. There's, by definition, no choice in the matter.

  • Retailers should be allowed to import "grey" goods from abroad for resale.

    Retailers should be allowed to import "grey" goods from abroad for resale. This would give the consumer more options when they are shopping and it would add a lot of variety to what could be sold in the stores. I always think it is a good thing for something new to be introduced in the market place.

  • Grey market is just another name for tax evasion.

    No, I don't think retailers should be allowed to import these so-called grey goods for resale. When the retailers do that sort of thing, there's usually a tax evasion scame being played out, or some sort of license dodge going on. Keep the doors to the grey market slammed shut so everyone pays their fair share.


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