Does ANYbody rational believe that it really still is wage increases behind this?
Surely, the recent security matters regarding the built-in backdoors allegations will be seen soon as the real reason to strip Chinamof the Foxconn crown. If other sites can be sourced, the foreign companies may even be subject to force clauses (by foreign companies mainly fro the USA, EU, and Korea (and others) to deny tours or employment of Chinese nationals, and to screen new hires for connections that are questionable, and to monitor the movements of those who can afford to travel abroad.
After all, if the allegations are true, or not true, none of these countries want to worry about back doors into their banks, financials, manufacturing, legal, intelligence, utilities, and military systems. Starting outside of China with contractors seen as a "clean slate" might alleviate pressures from countries' militaries. It might even in some ways be construed as a jobs-saving and even a jobs-making move.
But, we shall see, shall we?