For years, companies in the U.S. have found it cheaper and more efficient to manufacture goods in China, which helped make China the world’s second-largest economy. This, however, also decreased manufacturing gains in America. In 2014, experts have seen a steady reversal, causing China’s economy to struggle. Conversely, the economic landscape in America is finally seeing real improvement after its tough recession.
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