Ireland and India both announced public consultation phases ahead of sweeping water reform packages this month.
In many ways, the countries could not be more different, although their water sectors are both desperately in need of a shot in the arm. Ireland’s stubborn refusal to introduce domestic water charges has resulted in a €500 million investment backlog and a lack of private money f lowing into the sector. Tariff reform is dependent on an ambitious ...
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