The Brazilian importation taxes sum up to 80% of the product (I’ll have to pay almost twice for the phone). That’s just absurd, but I’ll have to pay that anyway, even though that money isn’t properly used to increase the population’s welfare, as national and international “investors” from US, EU, China, etc., push the implementation of neoliberal policies as a manner of suppressing investment in key areas as health and education - as well as foreigner spoliation of natural resources with a subsequent finger pointed to our faces accusing us from destroying it. But well, that’s not a Purism’s problem and more a problem with our govts. We’ll have to pay our taxes in the end. By the other hand, if there was a Purism’s promise of reselling the phone in EU areas, thus avoiding the importation taxes, than that word must be fulfilled. P.S. due to dollar positive fluctuation the taxes may overcome the product’s price, , but apart from that I’m excited with the project and can’t wait to have my Librem5 .