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Drought threatens China’s aluminum production

The recently subsided heat waves and ongoing drought have curtailed aluminum production in Yunnan. Authorities in the southwestern Chinese province have ordered the industry to cut production by ten percent. The reason is simply a shortage of hydroelectric power. According to Bloomberg, the end of the curbs will depend on when the province will experience enough rain again and when the reservoirs behind the hydroelectric plants will have refilled.

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