Camel Manufacturing imported nylon tents to the United States. The tents held nine people and weighed over 30 pounds. The tents’ floors ranged from 8 feet by 10 feet to 10 feet by 14 feet. The tents were to be used as shelter during camping. The importer categorized the goods as “sports equipment,” which carried a 10 percent import duty, whereas the U.S. Customs Service considered the tents “textile articles not specifically provided for,” with a duty of $. 25 per pound plus 15 percent imports duty. The importer appealed the decision. What should be the result? Explain.

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