Drought roiling China’s already evaporating economy

 The latest crisis in China's global supply chain hit a factory in southern Sichuan on Thursday, bringing heat and drought. Overseas manufacturers such as Apple, Toyota and Chinese solar companies will shut their doors for six days and resume production on Sunday. But due to bad weather, the largest local company closed plants on Sunday. Sichuan has closed about 16500 jobs. Some Chinese media outlets say the problem could shut down factories in industrial cities on the east coast, and scientists say no more blackouts are expected in China in September. It provides cheap electricity in the west and industrial cities in the east. There are about 1,400 branches along the banks of the Iglitz River, several hydroelectric and other hydroelectric plants, which provide 80% of the electricity and sell the nearby oil profile. Water levels in Sichuan province dropped by 50% in July and 50% in July, with hot and dry weather affecting many parts of the world. Sichuan Province recently reported