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The Chinese low-pressure membrane manufacturer has taken on $13 million of funding to exploit new markets. Does the quality of its products match the pedigree of its management?
The process to buy back private water assets in the Malaysian state of Selangor has reached a fresh impasse. With elections looming, can the state’s latest offer be taken seriously?
The Australian consultancy wants to increase the revenue contribution of its Asian water business. It is making a big push into the industrial market, writes Max Borchardt.
China Water Affairs has secured a rare $100 million B-loan from the ADB to support its unique approach to improving China’s water infrastructure. It is the first of several.
China issued details last month of its 12th five-year plan for the environmental services industry, which covers products and services relating to water and air pollution.
Hong Kong-listed project developer China Water Affairs announced at the beginning of February
A proposed equity and debt package from the IFC will support a drinking water BOT in Indonesia. The project’s success will hinge on mobilising additional financing in the absence of a government guarantee.
Japanese companies are making inroads into the Vietnamese water sector through bilaterally negotiated BOT contracts. What are the risks and rewards?
Charles Bodhi runs the numbers and comes up with a sobering outlook for the Chinese water sector in the Year of the Water Snake.
Singaporean membrane manufacturer Memstar is set to receive a S$35 million (US$28.5 million) equity injection from wastewater BOT developer United Envirotech (UEL), giving UEL a 13.17% stake in the company.