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By: Carrie Lennard

China accounted for around a third of total global manufacturing output in 2013 and an increase in the cost of labour will have a direct impact on the price of end consumer goods as well as company profit margins. As a result, some manufacturers will move their production hubs to other low-cost markets such as Indonesia and Vietnam. Watch the full video for complete insights.

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