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Who turned out the lights?

18 May 2011 By John Foley

Expensive oil and coal have squeezed China’s electricity producers. Now some consumers face shortages. Higher prices would help reduce demand. With inflation high and growth a priority, politicians might not like the idea but China would benefit in the long term.

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