Business Environment - 27 Sep 2021

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Power rationing isn’t new in industry, but now it’s expanded to residential power.

In recent days, people across northeastern China have been affected by blackouts and power rationing.

That's making life tough for residents:

A pregnant woman in Liaoning was forced to climb 24 floors to rea...

Snuh-ohez.

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