Now this is interesting. We've seen this coming for a long while here in the US, at least those of us that pay attention to such things relative to the world economy. It seems as though, after years and years of prosperity as the worlds foremost manufacturing super-power, China or more specifically Chinese workers are no longer the most cost efficient workforce to employ. "Made In China" may go the way of "Made In The USA", someday soon...
We'd like to congratulate our Chinese colleagues on their obvious success and prosperity. Of course, along with this success comes a whole new set of challenges to overcome in this global economy; the kind that we've been dealing with here in the US for decades now.
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