I have never been off the North American continent & it has been my main concern is to stop the bleeding of U.S. jobs overseas. It is not as if these countries a picking themselves up by their bootstraps, it is American business that is taking these U.S. jobs over seas.
I watched in the '50's & "60's as New England Knitting Mills, paper mills etc relocated to the south, later to relocate south of the border, from their around the world, none of this was done to improve living conditions in the places that they moved it was about their worker geting too uppity & demanding (not begging) things like a living wage, holidays whatever.
So don't try to BS the folks here that you are an advocate for foreign workers, your being (used or bought) by businesspeople who would take jobs from Americans & look to exploit workers.
When their own country developes a surplus of goods, having satisfied there own needs then they are ready to export. If they are unable to buy what they make, then they are just tools.
There was an old saying while building the Mississippi Leeves, which stuck with me, from Allen Lomax tapes in the Liburay og Congress.
"Kill a mule, Buy another mue, kill a N-word, get another N-word." This seems to be the industry standard in China, minus N-word.