The power crisis in China is beginning to ease. Only five provinces in the People’s Republic are still struggling with major power outages, as Bloomberg reports. In mid-October, electricity was still being rationed in 20 provinces, sometimes causing power cuts that lasted for hours (China.Table reported). After the central government ordered coal mines to increase production, power plants and large industrial electricity consumers were able to replenish their coal stocks.
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