Power outages in northeastern China have plunged millions of homes into darkness, triggered factory shutdowns and threatened to disrupt the water supply in at least one province. The Global Times today said the unexpected and unprecedented electricity cuts in the provinces of Jilin, Liaoning and Heilongjiang were caused by power rationing during peak hours. The rationing began on Thursday amid coal shortages and took place without advanced warning.
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