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    Received a notice in the middle of the night to stop production, the European Chamber of Commerce urges Beijing to deal with the energy crisis

    China's new round of power cuts has affected many provinces, and many factories have been restricted from production or even closed. (FRED DUFOUR/AFP)

    2021-10-14 2:49 AM

    [Epoch Times October 14, 2021] (Epoch Times reporter Xia Yu comprehensive report) A European business organization called on Beijing to improve its handling of the energy crisis . The chamber said that some companies complained that they received text messages in the middle of the night telling them to stop production the next day.
    Bloomberg reported on Wednesday (October 13), the European Union Chamber of Commerce on behalf of (European Union Chamber of Commerce) in the video conference, he said the company sometimes only just notified an hour earlier, to reschedule has 1,000 employees and factory shift time.
    The head of the organization, Joerg Wuttke, said: “We need to communicate better with the (CCP) government to help our company deal with the ( energy crisis ). We don’t ask for privileges. We only ask for The information is clear."
    The European Chamber of Commerce asked the Beijing authorities to modify the way they decide which companies must reduce or suspend production, calling for "scientific and transparent methods" and better communication for decision-making.
    These complaints highlight the trouble faced by foreign companies in China. Beginning in early September, the CCP’s “dual energy consumption control” has suddenly been upgraded. Enterprises in many provinces and regions have successively received notices of mandatory power curtailment, production restriction, and production suspension. Wait, and it may even last until the end of the year.
    The European Chamber of Commerce began to express concerns about the power situation in China in May this year. At the time, Klaus Zenkel, chairman of the board of directors of the Southern China Branch, stated that about 100 of the chamber’s 250 members were affected by the power shortage.
    The Chamber of Commerce did not disclose how many of its members in China were affected. Woodker said it has maintained close communication with the Ministry of Commerce of the Communist Party of China on this matter.
    He said that the shortage is expected to last "at least" until March next year, and he asked the Chinese government to do more before then so that the company can make plans.
    "Predictability will make a huge difference for us." Woodk said.
    The Nikkei Asian Review reported on October 8 that some mainland suppliers said that, to make matters worse, who will receive electricity and who will not receive electricity is lack of clarity.
    "This is very messy. Some suppliers managed to ensure power supply through friendly relations and negotiations with the local government, while others were severely affected." An Apple supplier executive told Nikkei.
    Because supply chain transfer in China is a sensitive topic, an iPhone supplier executive who asked not to be named told Nikkei, "This is not just a power issue."
    "From the blow to Jack Ma to the blow to the gaming and education industries... these all show that uncertainty is increasing. For companies operating in China, people are very scared." This person said.
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