China is home to some of the world’s largest plastic producers.
And it is also home to a booming industry that’s creating jobs for the local workers.
According to the Wall Street Journal, plastic machining and finishing toolmakers in China are expanding their operations to boost their economies.
It’s part of a trend in China to diversify the supply chain, said Jeremy Cates, vice president of business development at the plastics company Woot, which is based in Beijing.
“They’re looking for markets where they can bring in high quality products that they can sell at competitive prices to the Chinese consumer,” Cates said.
And that means a lot of Chinese factories are looking to take advantage of a new manufacturing trend: Chinese outsourcing.
China has long struggled to keep up with its growing population and a booming population of foreign workers, but in recent years the country has started shifting its reliance on cheap labor from the United States and Europe to China.
That means more factories in China can export their products overseas to China and other markets.
It also means that China is now the biggest buyer of U.S. imports of plastic, according to a recent report from the U.K. trade body, the British Chambers of Commerce.
It’s a trend that could boost the U:s economy, but could also be a drain on local jobs.
While China is expanding its manufacturing base, the country’s economic growth is slowing down.
In the last five years, the global economy has shed 1.9 million jobs, according the International Monetary Fund.
The trade deficit has ballooned to $200 billion a year, the largest in history, and the Us has seen its exports drop, too.
China, in turn, has been losing ground in the global market for consumer goods.
China’s reliance on foreign labor has contributed to its economic woes.
Its economy grew more slowly in the first half of the year than the first quarter of 2016, according an analysis from the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
And its manufacturing sector, which makes everything from clothing to plastics, has suffered from a drop in demand.
The International Trade Commission estimates that China lost $6.2 trillion in trade last year, or 1 percent of the nation’s GDP.
That compares to a 0.6 percent drop in the U’s GDP last year.
China is also seeing a drop-off in the number of imports, according a survey from the China Federation of Small and Medium Enterprises, a trade body.
In 2017, imports from China fell by more than 6 percent, to $12.6 billion.
But this year, imports have dropped by 2.6 to $11.7 billion.
China has been working to address this problem.
In March, China launched the first phase of a plan to make more money by eliminating its reliance in the international supply chain.
China’s government announced a new “golden rule,” which states that if a product is made by a factory in China, it must be produced in China.
The rule also says that foreign suppliers are not allowed to do business with companies that have already made products in China before.
The government is also moving to improve its ability to import goods from other countries.
In April, the Chinese government unveiled an ambitious plan to help manufacturers with technology, manufacturing and logistics, according Toowoomba, Australia’s Minister for Industry, Tourism and Science.
As part of the plan, China has pledged to buy up to 3.5 percent of all U.s. exports by 2020.
This is the same year in which the U has set a goal of eliminating its trade deficit with China.
China also plans to boost its exports to Europe, the U.’s biggest market, to boost the economy, the Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, said.