596 articles in China
Evolving Chinese PPP market reshuffles the pack for private water companies Vol 18, Issue 11 (November 2017)
As the early pioneers of the Chinese PPP market pack up and head for home, and as the first BOT contracts begin to expire, GWI maps out the players in the new PPP market, and takes a look at how international specialists can fit in.
Bentley Systems expands its modelling software expertise for more joined-up approach to digital water Vol 18, Issue 11 (November 2017)
With the acquisition of new flood modelling capabilities, the global leading software provider for enhancing infrastructure is bidding to better integrate its digital offerings. What is its strategy to improve comprehensive lifecycle capabilities in the water industry?
Chinese water companies have a responsibility to drive the industry forward, argues Willy Yeo.
Appetite for new desalination capacity is growing, but progress is frustratingly slow in some areas. What are the market dynamics?
UK-based i2O has struck a partnership with Guangdong’s GDH Water to help market its smart solutions to the hungry Chinese market. It is the latest stage in the company’s recent rapid development.
ZDHC Programme takes first steps towards cleaning up textile effluent in China Vol 18, Issue 10 (October 2017)
The Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals programme has completed its first year of trialling its wastewater guidelines for the textile industry in China. The country is only the first step in a longer game.
From Stockholm World Water Week to Watec Israel and Korea International Water Week, and on to WEFTEC and the IDA World Congress, you could spend your life at water trade shows. This month’s list looks at how they measure up.
Willy Yeo weighs in on the darker side of China’s One Belt One Road infrastructure vision.
There are a mix of infrastructure funds, buy-out funds, and growth investors backing the water sector. Who are the main players?
The arrival of a new industrial wastewater treatment technology specialist from China has been greeted enthusiastically by Nasdaq investors. Have New Yorkers’ views of the corporate governance risks in Chinese companies changed?