Huh! A Chinese owned company has set up a factory in America? What is with this crazy role reversal I hear you ask? According to Fortune Magazine, it has started to become cheaper for some Chinese companies to set up large plants in America than it is for them to set the same sized plant up in Shanghai. American Yuncheng Gravure Cylinder plant, Chinese owned, bought the land in Spartanburg, USA for $350,000, one fourth of the cost for the same sized property back in Shanghai or Dongguan, where the company already has factories. As the yuan continues to rise in the days ahead, we’re sure this will not be the last we hear of Chinese companies saving money in this way.