Deductive Value concept is based on sampling at least three domesticated business houses involved in the import and sale of an identical product, and determining which of those local companies would have sold the aggregate amount of that product on a given day. The company which fulfilled that requirement, will then be used to cause deductions to be made on the individual unit price. Such deductions would include all expenses involved from getting the goods off the docks up to the point of sale, inclusive of profit margins. After such deductions, the unit price is determined. Computed Value, unlike deductive value (which is based on local conditions), is determined on conditions based internationally. It is based on the total cost involved in the manufacturing, and the total completion of the product. This includes, but not limited to, cost of man hours, rent, electricity, etc.