If a business is EU based and doing business in the US, isn't there already substantial increases in gain based upon their current prices? Just asking.
For domestic businesses doing domestic business, price increases are easily justified, and are understandable - inflation, etc. When one gets involved in international commerce, with different currencies, exchange rates, tariffs, price supports, etc. justifiability and understandability becomes less obvious, at least to me. Just saying.
For me, expendables for my Festools will probably be the only "Green" I'll be purchasing going forward.