Southern Taiwan faces a water shortage if the region does not receive enough rainfall by the end of April, the Southern Region Water Resources Office said yesterday, adding that it has set up an emergency response team to handle the situation. Lin Yuan-peng (林元鵬), a Water Resource Agency (WRA) official, said that the dry season
Morihiro Oguma’s phone rang every day with calls from brokers representing foreign investors who wanted to buy his Japan Mineral water bottling business. “In many cases, I was told I could name my price,” Oguma said in an interview, adding he had no interest in selling the Hokkaido-based company. “It seems what they really wanted
More than 345,000 people have moved into new homes. The relocation started three years ago. It is the second largest relocation in modern Chinese water conservancy projects after the Three Gorges Dam.