Are China’s factories running out of workers?

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One of the defining myths of modern China - that it has a bottomless well of unskilled, low-wage laborers - is coming apart at the seams. And hardest hit are the southern coastal cities that produce much of America's consumer bounty.

As migration trends and personal preferences shift, the employment and incentive policies of Chinese factories will have to adapt to new labor pools if they want to remain competitive.

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