This is a question we were asked often over the last week or two. The question came from customers, our factories in China, and our own employees. The initial announcement by the Trump Administration that it would impose a 25% tariff on steel and aluminum imports sent shock waves throughout the financial markets and sparked fears of a trade wars. The tariffs were designed to strengthen the U.S. steel industry and prevent predatory pricing by foreign manufacturers. The China steel industry, for example, has engaged in a long-standing practice of producing high volumes of raw steel materials in order to achieve production efficiencies and then “dumping” or exporting the materials to the U.S. at below-market prices, making it difficult for the U.S. steel industry to compete. So, the initial tariffs were aimed, in part, at curbing this practice and leveling the playing field. These tariffs are confined to steel and aluminum raw material imports and do not apply to finished goods. Therefore, we don’t expect them to have a significant impact on the POP display business.