95 articles in Mexico
The pace at which new water PPPs are being rolled out in Mexico continues to frustrate private water operators. A new $32bn initiative has not helped.
Climate change mitigation will increasingly have to be factored into capital spending plans in order to address Latin America’s water service needs. Where are the opportunities?
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).
With an established LatAm water and waste specialist now fully at its disposal, the French group wants to leverage its global expertise to generate double-digit growth in the region. What are its priorities?
A $7.7 billion debt write-off is intended to break the vicious circle of underinvestment in the Mexican water sector. What effect will it have on tariffs?
David Lloyd Owen presents his fifteenth annual review of PSP in the international water arena. With a seventh of the world’s population now served by the private sector, what’s next in the market for outsourced services?
Paraguay is looking to introduce wastewater treatment to its capital city for the first time.
A lack of opportunities in its home market has led Colombian multi-utility EPM to look for growth abroad. It wants to triple its water revenues by 2022.
Capitalism is finally making its way towards the Texas water sector.
The plan prioritises water sustainability and a bigger role for the private sector. Will good intentions lead to action?