US President Donald Trump looks through a face shield while touring Ford Motor Co.'s Rawsonville Components Plant in Michigan on May 21, 2020. Photo: Detroit News via APUS President Donald Trump looks through a face shield while touring Ford Motor Co.'s Rawsonville Components Plant in Michigan on May 21, 2020. Photo: Detroit News via AP
US President Donald Trump looks through a face shield while touring Ford Motor Co.'s Rawsonville Components Plant in Michigan on May 21, 2020. Photo: Detroit News via AP

Reshoring and decoupling: how far can it go for the US and China given the global interconnections of tech supply chains?

  • From January to April, total foreign investment into China fell 6.1 per cent but the amount of overseas money pouring into the hi-tech sector rose by 2.7 per cent
  • If an American factory deploys robots, it takes less than two years to reach break-even point compared with traditional labour costs on average, one study found

Topic |   US-China decoupling
US President Donald Trump looks through a face shield while touring Ford Motor Co.'s Rawsonville Components Plant in Michigan on May 21, 2020. Photo: Detroit News via APUS President Donald Trump looks through a face shield while touring Ford Motor Co.'s Rawsonville Components Plant in Michigan on May 21, 2020. Photo: Detroit News via AP
US President Donald Trump looks through a face shield while touring Ford Motor Co.'s Rawsonville Components Plant in Michigan on May 21, 2020. Photo: Detroit News via AP
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