Business Environment - 18 Jul 2022

Fahrenheit 107

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Summer power cuts have kicked off.

On Wednesday, Zhejiang province, an industrial hub on China’s east coast, started imposing power rationing on its textiles sector.

The driver: Temperatures over 107 degrees Fahrenheit (42 degrees Celsius), which drove peak electricity demand through the roof...

Snuh-ohez.

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