Mahindra and Mahindra
7 articles about "Mahindra and Mahindra"
The private sector is set to play a more prominent role in water services provision in India under new plans drafted by the water ministry. Disparate responsibilities could make implementation tricky.
Private companies are eager to become established in the market for Indian water concessions and other PPPs. Only time will tell if the projects under consideration become viable investment opportunities.
Water developers look for special opportunities as India’s special economic zones inch forward Vol 7, Issue 12 (December 2006)
India’s SEZ policy should in theory provide lucrative business opportunities for water companies. In practice, there is likely to be a long wait.
Over 50 companies and projects have been selected for the shortlist for this year's Global Water Awards.
India’s capital needs a continuous water supply. Will the private sector provide the solution?
India’s new national water policy has called for private sector participation, “in specific situations”, for building, owning, leasing and transfer of water resources. However, while foreign private water companies are likely to regard this as a step in the right direction, they are unlikely to be falling over themselves to catch the next flight to the subcontinent.
India’s politicians, the overseers of a market filled with potential for the world’s private sector water companies, are unwilling to grasp the nettle of tariff reform which blocks the path to reliable, regular water supplies for the country’s thirsty millions.