"Re-shoring", also known as "backshoring" or "inshoring" is offshoring that has been brought back onshore.
It is such a strong movement that "The economist" did a long report on the subject.
Managers reported big losses related to high cost of massive amounts of stock hostage of shipping, greater-than-physical distance between design and production and low quality issues, the report reads.
Wages are a good reason too, as the report reads: "pay and benefits for the average Chinese factory worker rose by 10% a year between 2000 and 2005 and speeded up to 19% a year between 2005 and 2010" while they rose a mere 0.5% in developed countries.
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