Look at supply chain resistance
Supply chains are on the tongues of every economist right now. Global economies are shuttering at the thought that the fate of some of their most profitable products is in the hands of other places (particularly China). Experts bring up two major types of supply chains now. There is capital intensive, which requires a lot of money to keep moving. Cars and electronics are capital intensive. Then there are supply chains that can be remedied by labor arbitrage. Toys and apparel fall under this category. Industries that rely on capital intensive supply chains may take a while to recover, but those like apparel and toys can likely form a new, efficient supply chain, soon enough.