As textile production in China becomes increasingly unprofitable thanks to rising wages and other mounting costs, some mainland producers are beginning to set up facilities in the southern United States, The New York Times reported. As rising costs shift some types of manufacturing out of China, the US has begun to receive more attention: North and South Carolina are now home to at least 20 Chinese manufacturers, including China’s Keer and Sun Fiber, which set up a polyester fiber plant in Richburg, South Carolina last year.
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