The trade wars have been an ongoing tool for a couple of years with this Administration, and the costs of raw materials hasn't "risen substantially". The outcome here should very much be that much of the critical manufacturing comes back to the USA. In fact those trade wars had already for the most part resulted in new trade agreements that would have stabilized that product cost. If prices rise substantially it's because the resources are still "held hostage" by sick zones outside of our country. We have to correct that going forward.