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The End of “Made in China”? A Potential Wave of Moving Sourcing out of China amid Rising Tensions

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The Covid-19 crisis may have triggered a new wave of multinational companies moving production out of China, only a short time after the first wave in 2019 due to the US-China trade war. This report includes discussion around the following key topics:

  • Political tension between China and the West—including the EU, the UK and the US
  • Recent negative US consumer sentiment to “Made in China” products—based on recent Coresight Research proprietary survey data
  • Recent moves by multinational companies to shift their sourcing to other countries—including Apple, Iris Ohyama and Von Wellx

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