That might be little bit difficult with the current financial climate and businesses have been struggling for long. Manufacturing seems better from China than any other parts of the world, and it might continue for sometimes.
It is likely that china outsourcing will fall in 2013 as there are pressions on many companies to bring back jobs home
@Hospice_Houngbo, althought companies are being pressurized to bring back job home but then companies have to worry about their profitability as well. Manufacturing costs in China is still very less and this will help China capture major chunk of outosurced projects.
I believe production outsourcing to China will rise in 2013. One of the major reason for this optimism is because analysts are expecting market will recover in 2013 and countries like China and India will benefit from this recovery. But in future this trend might reverse consdiering the fact that inflation is slowly going up.
Putting necessary and adequate plans in place would seem impossible to achieve quicker. Although, US is on the verge of economic recovery likelyhood of bringing back productions are on the sight but in this year, very doubtfull of it.
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