Limits on imports save jobs overseas

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USATODAY.com

We'll chalk this one up in the “unintended consequences” category. This shows how tough it can be for governments to restrict trade.

The article says, in part:

To escape new limits on shipments to the USA of cotton shirts, trousers and underwear made in China, Chinese companies are shifting production to plants in countries not affected by the restrictions. That has meant a sudden surge of activity in neighboring Mongolia, one of the world's most remote and least likely commercial hot spots.

“All the Chinese are rushing back, building up their production facilities and starting up new factories,” says Ron Zeidel, 60, executive director of Magic Suit, the Mongolian subsidiary of a U.S. company. “It's going to be a haven for companies coming here from China to get around this quota.”

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Mark Graban is an internationally-recognized consultant, author, and professional speaker, and podcaster with experience in healthcare, manufacturing, and startups. Mark's new book is The Mistakes That Make Us: Cultivating a Culture of Learning and Innovation. He is also the author of Measures of Success: React Less, Lead Better, Improve More, the Shingo Award-winning books Lean Hospitals and Healthcare Kaizen, and the anthology Practicing Lean. Mark is also a Senior Advisor to the technology company KaiNexus.

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