Aguas de Barcelona
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FCC\'s water services division has established itself as number two in Spain.
* Santa Fe shareholders led by Suez and Agbar have voted to hand over control of Aguas Provinciales de Santa Fe to the Argentine government after failing to reach an agreement on transferring ownership to private investors.
With investment in the water sector falling below 2% of GDP, and foreign private firms in a rout, there are a lot of reasons to feel pessimistic about the region’s water sector. There are also a lot of reasons to feel the worst is over.
As the European water companies leave Latin America, who will fill their spaces? Daniel Nolasco reports.
The American Stock Exchange has launched a water index. Will it ever by widely traded?
Suez has finally decided to walk away from its water and wastewater concession in Buenos Aires.
Veolia and Suez have not disappointed investors in the first six months of 2005.
The country needs to invest more than $1 billion a year in its water and wastewater sector. Jesus Campos from the Comission Nacional del Agua wants the private sector to help.
A decision on Aguas Argentinas has been delayed until the end of July, but the French firm is out of Santa Fe and La Paz.
Money flows away from need in the water sector.