Work leaving China

Toloken, Steve
May 2012
Plastics News;5/28/2012, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p0001
Trade Publication
The article looks at the shift of manufacturing industry locations from China to the U.S. and elsewhere, due to the rising costs of production and labor in China as of May 2012. Topics include economic conditions and employment in the manufacturing industry in the U.S., the presence of high-technology manufacturing firms in China, and trends among plastic injection molding companies to move production out of China.


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