Why it's now cheaper to produce some goods in the South than in China

By The Washington Post

Aug 04, 2015

In the last 50 years, automation, free-trade agreements and competition from countries like China whittled down the textile industry in the southern U.S. until it was almost gone.

Now some textile jobs are coming back, but on much different terms: Some Chinese manufacturers are setting up shop in the United States.

Read the full story on WashingtonPost.com.

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