Samsung plans to close its only factory in China

In the near future, there will not be a single Samsung factory for the production of smartphones in the Middle Kingdom, and the gadgets themselves will probably disappear, probably the most popular inscription in the world, “Made in China”. It became known that the South Korean company began the process of dismissing its employees from the plant in Huizhou - the last factory in China after the closure of production in Tianjin, which produced mobile devices for the company.
At the moment, workers can leave on a voluntary basis with the payment of compensation, what will be further is not yet known.
Recall, the plant in Huizhou has been assembling mobile devices for Samsung for the last 13 years, producing approximately one sixth of all the company's smartphones, or about 60 million units annually.