Drought roiling China’s already evaporating economy

 The last crisis in the Chinese world chain won the factory in the Sichuan province on Thursday with heat and drought. External manufacturers such as Apple, Toyota and Chinese solar companies are closed six days before Sunday. But bad weather forced the country's largest company to close factories on Sunday. Sichuan lost approximately 16,500 jobs. Some Chinese media say it could shut down factories in industrial cities on the east coast, and scientists say that because of China's cheap electricity supply and industrial cities in the east, there will be no blackouts even in September. There are approximately 1,400 substations and several hydroelectric and other hydroelectric plants located on the banks of the Iglitz River, which provide 80% of the electricity and sell grape oil nearby. Water levels in Sichuan dropped by 50% in July and 50% in July, many parts of the world were affected by hot and dry weather. Sichuan province reports that recent heat and drought have cut its wea