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Employees work at a Foxconn factory in Wuhan, Hubei province, in China.
Employees work at a Foxconn factory in Wuhan, Hubei province, in China.
(DARLEY SHEN/REUTERS)

BREAKINGVIEWS

‘Made in China’ increasingly a domestic strategy

Reuters Breakingviews delivers agenda-setting financial insight. Its global correspondents react to stories as they develop, delivering sharp and provocative commentary on big financial news as it breaks.

“Made in China” is still a winning strategy, but the rules are changing. While rising wages have driven some manufacturers away, others are finding that a richer Chinese consumer makes the country a more appealing place than ever to set up factories.