Drought roiling China’s already evaporating economy

 On Thursday, the latest crisis in China's global supply chains hit factories in the southern province of Sichuan, accompanied by heat and drought. Foreign manufacturers such as Apple, Toyota and Chinese solar companies will close for six days before resuming production on Sunday. But on Sunday, bad weather forced the largest company in the country to close its factories. Sichuan has cut around 16,500 jobs. Some Chinese media have said the matter could lead to the closure of factories in industrial cities on the east coast, while scientists say no power outages are expected in China in September. It provides cheap electricity to the west and industrial cities to the east. On the banks of the Iglitz River there are around 1,400 branches and several hydroelectric and other hydroelectric power stations, which supply 80% of the electricity and sell the nearest oil coils. Sichuan water levels dropped by 50% in July and 50% in July, the hot and dry weather impacted many parts of the worl