Be careful no matter what the box or the bearing/part country-of-origin says - I have at least two major bearing plants in my area that I have called on for years - they are the first to tell you that some of their parts and operations go overseas, some of which may be sent back to the states to be assembled to qualify as "Made in the USA". I won't name names, but you can read between the lines.
I don't want to get myself in trouble, but the trouble is corporate greed - that and NAFTA. We'll all be working at fast food establishments if this "global labor" doesn't even up - we've lost too many plants, too many jobs to cheap (and shoddy) labor overseas or across the border. Maybe when gas gets to $6.00 a liter in China, we can have some parity - but then again, they've got so much of our money and production over there already, $6.00, $7.00 or $8.00 a liter may be cheap to them -
Just my opinion - sorry to digress.