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Rising costs in China drive manufacturing back to the United States

By: Steve Toloken

GUANGZHOU, CHINA (June 18, 1:15 p.m. ET) — As major multinational firms increasingly move work out of China to get away from that country’s rapidly rising costs, some voices are predicting a mini-renaissance for manufacturers in mature markets like the United States.

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