China’s power crunch pushes foreign businesses to invest in factories elsewhere

“Companies rely on policy stability and predictability,” said Matt Margulies, vice president for China operations at the US-China Business Council. “They need advanced notice for disruptions to power supply to ensure safety and business continuity,” he said. “They also need to be consulted with to find nuanced solutions that meet the needs of all stakeholders. A one-size-fits-all approach will be disruptive, increase costs, and hurts confidence in the market.”