I'd like to see a 500% import duty. You don't make it in the U.S., don't sell it here. This is a perfect time for manufacturers to set up a T,V, manufacturing plant. I think all the countries should do this. There is not one T.V. made in the U.S., considering the amount we consumed, now is the time.
G.E. has a technique similar to making newspapers, a continuous roll system it has been working on for years. They have one unit the size of a trailer of a tractor trailer truck. These screens will e throw away and the materials for the OLED screens (not the glass) is water soluble. These are very recyclable. The electronics that power them can be used for a long time. Theoretically, upgrading to a larger TV could be as simple as buying a new OLED panel.
Dupont says it can print a 50" OLED TV screen in 2 minutes, and that was a while ago.