Great strip. First time I ever heard the term "bestshoring" but it's typical corporate-speak used for turd polishing. Just like the term "rightsizing" where there's nothing "right" about it. That term always drives me crazy.
This is actually quite an old term--I used to work for one of the largest US based IT outsourcing companies, and they had a "Bestshore" strategy for years, which pretty much meant not only the lowest cost but most favourable labour laws country. As an example, 3-4 years ago, India (believe it or not) was getting "too expensive" so they moved some work to Brazil. However, it turned out the Brazillian jurisdiction they had the workers in had labor laws preventing shifts from being longer than 10 hrs, and since the company wanted to institute 4-day/12-hr shifts for this particular function, they looked around, found out that Argentina did not have that pesky labour friendly legislation, so they moved the function there instead. So, not even traditional outsourcing countries like India are immune to "bestshoring"