Taiwan: No Increase in Water Prices

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TAIPEI, Taiwan

— The Taiwan government will not raise water and electricity rates, according to local officials.

Secretary-General Chen Chin-jun asked residents to conserve water. He said that despite the rise in water treatment costs.

Chen said the price of electricity would not go up, either, despite a recent sharp increase in domestic gasoline prices.