Taiwan island hit by water shortages

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Taiwan is hoping recent rainfall will finally bring an end to its worst drought in decades.

Changing climate in the western Pacific is believed to be the cause. It is a phenomenon that has implications for hi-tech companies worldwide, as Al Jazeera’s Rob McBride explains.

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