The End Of The “Made In China” Era [INFOGRAPHIC]


No doubt while studying for your MBA online degree, you have come across the controversy surrounding outsourcing and international manufacturing. The “Made in China” era may be coming to an end, as costs and wages there rise and manufacturing moves back to the US. See the details in Pepperdine University’s latest infographic.

The End Of The “Made In China” Era

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Infographic source: Pepperdine University

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