The last set of Timken wheel bearing i installed were made in USA, 2015. Just had the front rotors off the car and the bearings looked great.
Today it's all a crap shoot, rare is their a choice of origin. You just try to get it as close to California as possible.
If i was going to do some wheel bearings or rear end bearing today i would be looking a Koyo bearing, should be still made in Japan and were noted as one of the best bearing available several years ago.
Previously always had used Timken in 4 rears I did and all the front wheel bearings i pressed into rotors. But even the SKF, BSA, National, Crown, NTN of the old days were good USA bearings. Now all just a name on a box from hopefully a manufacturing facility with quality control. To often what we get is not what we expect in products today.
Here's an interesting read about wheel bearings dated 2020 so it's pretty current. Except now you need to factor in their are a couple metals in short supply, like nickel, tantalum, cobalt, makes life a little more difficult now. https://mzwmotor.com/wheel-bearing-manufacturers/
I have replaced several hubs on these new cars, 02-05 Ws, and had trouble with bearings not lasting on those replacements. From reading on some of the W car forums the choice was use a Delco replacement at the time, Japan bearings they said. The couple Moog hubs I installed were China. My daughter's 05 GP needs another front right hub replaced, bearing noise again. I think i replaced all four hubs on my 02 SS and 3 of 4 on her 05 GTP. That front hub in Delco is now 120+ at rock. So much for hubs being better than old open wheel bearings you greased wit ya fingers.
Have always used the National seals, what most suppliers locally would sell back in the day. Would think the Raybestos, Wagner, even Delco back in the day were just reboxed National seals.