613 articles in China

CHINESE PUZZLES Vol 19, Issue 8 (August 2018)

  • State-owned EPC giant China National Machinery Import and Export Corp. is looking for an equity partner to help develop...
  • There is plenty of growth in the Chinese market. CITIC Envirotech reported a fivefold increase in...

Fresh thought for fresh water Vol 19, Issue 8 (August 2018)

Could a Chinese professor start a membrane technology revolution? GWI’s Willy Yeo investigates.

Where is the market in 2019? Vol 19, Issue 7 (July 2018)

This month’s chart comes from our recent global market update for WaterData subscribers. 

Regulatory pressures force open China’s oil & gas sector Vol 19, Issue 7 (July 2018)

Water players are looking for ways to buy market access to the booming upstream oil and gas sector in China. Oil players, meanwhile, are on the hunt for water technologies.

Hunting for a Chinese winner Vol 19, Issue 5 (May 2018)

In the second part of his profile of CITIC Envirotech, GWI’s Willy Yeo takes a look at the company’s backers, and its financial performance.

Chinese membrane companies conquer new frontiers Vol 19, Issue 5 (May 2018)

In response to the evolving stringent environmental standards, the domestic membrane power of China is rising, creating more intense competition with foreign companies. How are they adapting to the opportunities on offer?

The end of cheap money Vol 19, Issue 4 (April 2018)

Christopher Gasson looks at how China sets the world price of water.

Chinese industrial park users weigh up their options for wastewater treatment Vol 19, Issue 4 (April 2018)

Over half of China’s industrial parks rely on municipal WWTPs to treat their wastewater flows. Industries will increasingly be required to install their own effluent treatment facilities in order to meet higher discharge standards.

Making it CITIC Vol 19, Issue 4 (April 2018)

Willy Yeo reveals his new favourite Chinese water company.

A recipe for Chinese success Vol 19, Issue 3 (March 2018)

Attracting the right partner is crucial to navigating China’s political minefield, but not everyone has what it takes, explains Willy Yeo.