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First quarter figures for Veolia and Suez show strength in Europe, but weakness on the contracting side.
David Lloyd Owen reviews Ofwat’s international comparison of water company performance.
Hong Kong’s property tycoon has paid the full price for Cambridge Water. What is in it for him?
The environment councillor for the northeastern Italian region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Gianfranco Moretton, has announced that concessions to run water services in the region’s five ATOs will be awarded through public tenders.
The options for the water-only firm seem to be more leverage or Severn Trent.
The secondary market for investments in Scotland’s wastewater BOOT projects has come alive. UK correspondent Andrew Cavenagh looks at who is trading.
It looks as if the private sector will not be able to rely on the EU to force water privatisation across the continent. The decision is welcomed in Germany.
In Britain, the government warned of “significant real price rises” to enable water companies to meet their quality targets.
Thames is looking at the options for its international portfolio. There are a number of complications.
Another company with a new name is Philadelphia Suburban Corporation, which reported full year results earlier this month as Aqua America.