American Public Media, 10/29/12

Chris Wilson of the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute says a fundamental shift has taken place.

“People used to be worried about jobs being sent to Mexico from a U.S. perspective, but that has really changed, now people are worried about jobs being sent to China,” Wilson said.

Over the last decade or so, low wages in Asia drew thousands of manufacturers away from North America. But now some new manufacturing plants are opening up again in Mexico.