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ZHEJIANG - Textile, dyeing and synthetic fibre companies in eastern China's manufacturing hub of Zhejiang have been ordered to temporarily shut down production to meet energy consumption targets.

About 160 energy-intensive companies have been affected, nearly 80 per cent of them in the Ma'an area of the province - China's main textile industry base, with a production halt ordered until the end of the month.

"It is mainly for the provincial government's energy consumption control requirements," an official in Shaoxing city, Zhejiang, was quoted as saying.

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