Taiwan to allocate NT$500 million to monitor Japan's radioactive water

04/22/2021 05:45 PM
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Taipei, April 22 (CNA) Taiwan's nuclear regulatory authority on Thursday pledged to spend a total of NT$500 million (US$17.6 million) over the coming years to establish a warning system to monitor the waters around the country in the wake of a decision by Japan to release treated radioactive water from a disabled nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean in two years.

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