who (...) is suggesting that?
I'm not saying that the whole brands and whole production branches have to move back. Just crucial parts of supply chains within the key indistries would be enough. Nobody is going to bring back the production of t-shirts or plastic toys back to Europe...
The whole process has started earlier on - for example, Chinese companies are banned from building a 5G network in the UK (and the US) - but this 'new' situation will give it more fuel.
If you don't think governments should be in the business of providing education you should be happy
I meant classic private education. The remote education cannot match the quality of a regular schooling, master and apprentice relationship, kids socializing witch each other, comparing their strengths and weaknesses etc.