Taipei to raise water prices from March
Taipei, Jan. 27 (CNA) Taipei is slated to raise water prices by an average of 28 percent beginning on March 1, but the hike will not affect more than half of the water users in the city, according to the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA).
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