This page considers how supply chains are changing. Electronic imports to the U.S. surged from China in the early 2000s, but its share has been in decline in more recent years. Meanwhile, while the proportion coming from Southeast Asia has risen. This suggests that while China is still important as a source of goods imports to the U.S., a shift to elsewhere in the region is occurring. The right chart looks at foreign direct investment as a percentage of GDP across various countries. A number of Southeast Asian markets have seen increases in recent years, implying more markets are interested in investing and setting up new facilities in the broader region as international companies look to diversify their supply chains.