You speak like your words are describing some sort of natural mechanism.
It is. It’s no different than osmosis. Unless there is a counterbalancing FORCE, in the form of a law or regulation, that PREVENTS that movement of capital, the movement will occur. And those governments that have tried to prevent that movement (e.g., protectionism, tax regulation, you name it) have gotten hit with unintended consequences (business closures, higher unemployment, inflation, slower economic growth) that offset the intended benefit.
The current set of regulations are an elitist utopia created at the expense of the bulk of the population by a govt that has been corrupted by the elites.
Yea, OK. Whatever you say. :-)