It was one of President-elect Donald Trump's main campaign promises: to bring back manufacturing jobs that American firms have outsourced abroad. Yet several major US companies, such as Reebok, have already started investing in production sites at home. Many had been producing in Asia - where workers' wages are lower - but have found new ways to cut costs, mainly thanks to new technology. This report takes a closer look.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Elom Marcel Toble.
Economist, Atlantic Council Board Member