Korea Water Resources Corp (K-Water), which won the highest stake of the flood and water management scheme, has called on the government take responsibility for land acquisition problems and villager protests, government sources say.
A Royal Irrigation Department official shows how to operate a sluice gate using a scale model at an exhibition celebrating the 111th anniversary of the department at its headquarters in Bangkok yesterday. A remote control device is applied to manage the flow of water through the gate to help ease floods. THITI WANNAMONTHA
The demands were made yesterday during price negotiations between K-Water and government representatives.
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