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'Drought has not hit supplies'

By Wu Wencong | China Daily | Updated: 2011-02-01 07:56

Despite the lack of rain for almost 100 days, officials say the capital's domestic water use has not been affected.

Zheng Qiuli, a press officer with the Beijing Water Authority, denied reports that the government had imposed a limit on water supplies to suburban areas.

"We have never relied on precipitation in winter to meet domestic water use because it is always the dry season in Beijing," said Zheng.

'Drought has not hit supplies'

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