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Our water survey shows world prices for water vary between 15 cents and $2.10. It is causing a crisis.
Brazil: Sabesp reported revenues of R$1,013.9 million (US$348.9 million) and a net profit of R$332.6 million (US$114.4 million) for the second quarter of 2003.
France: Suez completed the sale of Nalco to a consortium comprised of the Blackstone Group, Apollo Management and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners.
Jordan: Two groups submitted offers for the Disi-Amman project.
Reverse osmosis desalination has broken the 50-cent barrier. Will this bring rapid market expansion?
South Korea: The ministry of environment said that tenders for a consolidated management and monitoring system for a series of new STPs would be announced during the last quarter of 2003.
It seems that the less water you have the less you pay for it.
Saudi Arabia: Companies looking to enhance their international prestige have until the end of October to submit their entries for the Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz Water Prize.
France: Veolia Environnement (VE) reported a 6.2% decline in first half 2003 sales to €14.04 billion, mainly due to the negative effect of exchange rates.
Germany: Energy group Eon sold its controlling interest of 80.5% in Gelsenswasser to a consortium made up of the municipalities of Dortmund and Bochum