Focus at Four: The real "pink tax" affects imported women's goods

"Pink tax" is a common term to refer to the discrepancy in pricing for women's and men's items, but a Texas A&M researcher finds that imported goods face real gender-based tariff differences.

Lori Taylor at the Bush School of Government and Public Service speaks on her findings that certain imported clothing is taxed more heavily coming into the country if it features words like "women" and "girl" in its descriptions.

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