Formosa Ha Tinh Steel Corp. leaders express apologies to the Vietnamese people and government.
The government is still working on the list of affected people
Toxic effluents dumped by Taiwanese-owned steel firm Formosa had caused mass fish deaths in April
The toxic pollution discharged from its steel complex has harmed the livelihoods of more than 200,000 people
The reporters were trying to expose the apparently illegal moving and dumping of 145 tons of waste
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A representative for the steel plant said the dry waste was non-toxic, but it had been improperly dumped by a...
The muddy waste dug up from a farm in Ha Tinh Province is being tested
The Taiwanese company has pledged a compensation fund of $500 mln for the toxic spill disaster in four provinces
He urges government officials not to trade the environment for economic growth or foreign investment
The company says it will handle and mitigate the consequences
The company is reportedly facing tax issues
Many parents in central Vietnam say education becomes a luxury they can no longer afford
The government has still not drawn up the compensation list
Fisherfolk are asked to steer clear of an expanse of around 800 square kilometers for some time