Hasbro's been moving production out of China for awhile now. As pay and the standard of living increases in China, manufacturing in multiple sectors has been looking elsewhere. Right now, Vietnam/SE Asia seem to be taking over the bulk of manufacturing. Once wages outstrip the profit incentive to produce there, manufacturers will move on to the next cheap-labor hot spot. I reckon it's only a matter of time before everyone moves production to Africa and Central & South America...which means there will be incentive for corporations to invest in stabilizing governments there. I read an article a year ago that corporations may be looking at North Korea as a new China. In the end, a stable government with a captive population is an ideal place to manufacturer when the bottom-line is all that matters.