||a. Suppose importers can sell their shirts on the world market at a price of $12 per shirt. How much is an importer willing to pay to get customs officials to look the other way? b. What sort of change in trade policy would make your job easier? 6. Tariffs on Computer Chips. Suppose a country imposed tariffs on computer chips to protect its chip making industries. What other types of firms in that economy might object to this policy? 7. Tariffs and the Poor. Historically, apparel and textiles were subject to high tariffs. Explain why this might hurt low-income consumersâ?? more than high income consumers. 8. Auctioning Import Licenses. In the text we explained that tariffs can be set to have the same effects as import quotas. However, if the government gives import licenses to producers, it will not collect any revenues. Suppose the government auctions the import licenses to the highest bidders. How will the revenue from the auction compare to the revenue raised bytariffs?