Factories in South China's Guangdong province were recently told by local authorities to curb power use by suspending operations for hours or even days as high factory use combined with hot weather strain the region's power system.
One district in Dongguan city on Thursday issued a notice saying that the city is facing a severe situation in electrical power supply and the measures to restrict electricity use during peak hours could last until the end . . .
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