Made (by robots) in China

There’s a challenge with economic freedoms. Every country that expands capitalism finds that there are benefits, but one of the hardest parts to stomach is the increase in necessary wages. That combined with an aging population are pushing China to become more automated in their manufacturing practices.

A new worker’s revolution is rising in China and it doesn’t involve humans.

With soaring wages and an aging population, electronics factory managers say the day is approaching when robotic workers will replace people on the Chinese factory floor.

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