Call it the China syndrome.

New York’s manufacturing base has been lost to the Asian superpower, with at least 183,500 good-paying factory jobs lost statewide since the turn of the century.

This mass exodus has the city’s manufacturing workforce reduced to its smallest size in history, according to the latest data.

Analysts are singling out the Communist nation’s escalating trade surplus and “unfair trade practices” for the 3.4 million mostly middle-class American jobs wiped out between 2001 and 2017, as calculated in a damning report last week.

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