China is the world’s largest manufacturing country. It produces 75% of the world’s toys, 20% of its steel, and 18% of its apparel and textiles, according to Rick Moradian, author of The Logistics of Doing Business in China. Moradian’s article is not aimed to discourage people from manufacturing in China; rather, it voices the reality and future complications that you may face if you, like most others, decide to manufacture your products in China. He points out three things he describes as, “a few aspects of your business (that) will become more considerably more complicated.” He goes on to explain the difficulties with transportation, the logistics facilities, and the contingencies. He then spells out what China is doing to fix the problems, the solutions and plans, and future possibilities.