7 articles about "PAM Jaya"
Rumours that the Salim Group is behind the buyers of an Indonesian water concession have been categorically denied by a group company. What do we know?
An Indonesian Supreme Court judgement published last month was vocal in its condemnation of Jakarta’s water concessions, although it stopped short of terminating the contracts. What happens next?
Singapore-listed minnow Moya has swallowed Acuatico, a rival developer with nearly ten times its revenue. The deal was made possible by the backing of tycoon Anthoni Salim, whose interests extend to Filipino concessionaire Maynilad. What will come next?
As Indonesia’s water BOT market starts up again, state-owned companies are in prime position. New water PPP regulation, meanwhile, is restricting private roles in distribution.
The CEO of PAM Jaya, Jakarta’s public water utility, has told GWI that both Suez and Astratel Nusantara have agreed in principle to its takeover of Palyja, the water concessionaire serving West Jakarta.
The International Finance Corporation is considering an equity investment of up to $24 million in Indian water project developer Doshion Limited.
Buyout firms seek to reassure regulator as PAM Jaya sale goes ahead.