Broadcast|CCP’s Flood Disaster Forced the Closure of Coal Mines, Aggravated Soaring Prices of Global Energy
According to the Independent’s news on October 12th, heavy rains and floods in northern China have forced several coal mines to shut down, which further caused the coal prices to soar to a record level.
CCP’s Flood Disaster Forced the Closure of Coal Mines, Aggravated Soaring Prices of Global Energy
In addition to coal prices, Brent crude oil also hit its highest level since October 2018 at US$84.60 on Tuesday (October 12).
Los Angeles Times and BBC Staff Receive Death Threats Over Reporting on China Flooding
The Foreign Correspondents' Club of China said that Los Angeles Times and BBC staff members and others received death threats and intimidating messages and calls
China Flooding Causes Supply Chain Disruption
Massive flooding in China is disrupting the country’s supply chain, including the production of food, cars and coal, according to a report