It's musical chairs with (good) jobs, and we're just waiting for the last entitled uber-dunces to realize they're next. At which point the underwear shall be mighty stained...
BBG: June 6, 2016:
"More than half of the members of the American Chamber of Commerce in China said the increase in costs was the biggest challenge to their businesses in the country, according to a 2016 Business Climate Survey. About a quarter of respondents said they have either already moved capacity out of China or are planning to do so."
Lu Miao, a vice general manager of Lyric Robot in Guangdong’s Huizhou city, said the government pays as much as 50,000 yuan to Lyric’s customers for each robot they use to replace workers.