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Mexico has come up with a new way to kick-start water infrastructure spending – the government is writing off MXN100 billion ($7.7 billion) of municipal debt (see story p20).
Christopher Gasson argues that “localism” is a trend that the global water industry needs to live with.
The water sector has lagged behind the electric and gas industries in the adoption of smart technology. What are the dynamics driving the accelerated deployment of smart network solutions in the industry?
There have been a surprisingly high number of CEO moves this month in the water industry.
Water stayed ahead of the world markets in 2013, according to our annual analysis of the GWI Global Water Index, which starts on p8.
Healthy inflows into specialist water funds in 2013 are evidence of a resurgence of interest in sustainable investment themes. Who were the winners and losers last year?
Veolia wants to leverage its global reference portfolio – and its local connections – to penetrate deeper into the Latin American water market.
I have always shared GWI’s belief that water and wastewater services need to be properly priced in order to ensure equitable and sustainable management.
Forward osmosis specialist Oasys Water has signed a partnership with National Oilwell Varco, giving it exclusive rights to Oasys’ technology for all upstream oil and gas applications (see story p25).
Dilutive share issues frequently depress secondary prices. The opposite was true for China Everbright International and H2O Innovation this month, as investors looked beyond the dilution to underlying growth initiatives.