The cost of producing radios in Country Q is ten percent less than the cost of producing radios in Country Y. Even after transportation fees and tariff charges are added, it is still cheaper for a company to import radios from Country Q to Country Y than to produce radios in Country Y. The statements above, if true, best support which of the following assertions?
A. Labor costs in Country Q are ten percent below those in Country Y.
B. Importing radios from Country Q to Country Y will eliminate ten percent of the manufacturing jobs in Country Y.
C. The tariff on a radio imported from Country Q to Country Y is less than ten percent of the cost of manufacturing the radio in Country Y.
D. The fee for transporting a radio from Country Q to Country Y is more than ten percent of the cost of manufacturing the radio in Country Q.
E. It takes ten percent less time to manufacture a radio in Country Q than it does in Country Y.
total cost of importing radios from Country Q: 90%C + fees + transporting tariff
total cost of manufacturing radios in Country Y: C + fees
90%C + fees + transporting cost < C + fees
transporting tariff must less than 10%C
OA is C