Yes, some Le Creuset pieces are made in China. Though, this isn’t a quick yes or no answer. All Le Creuset cast iron pieces are still made in the original foundry in France. The non-stick bakeware and cookware are made in China. The stainless steel pieces are made in Portugal. The stoneware pieces are made in China or Thailand. Le Creuset knives are made in Germany, as well as their glassware. Essentially, it seems as if only products that are cast iron are made in France. Everything else is made elsewhere, including the enamelware pieces that are not cast iron, such as mugs.
To learn more about Le Creuset before you make the plunge, check out my article 8 Facts to Know About Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron.