95 articles in Mexico
Mexico has long been a disappointment for private water companies and equipment suppliers. Innovative tax breaks and tougher environmental regulations look set to change that.
The New York branch of the French bank has been leading the way in innovative finance for the Mexican municipal sector. A local currency pooled fund is its latest big idea.
The private sector doesn’t want to invest in Latin America any more. How are the multilateral lending institutions coping?
The border city has an ambitious water plan. GWI’s central America correspondent Robin Emmott examines the proposal.
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.
UK: The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) closed a £1.87 billion structured bond issue for Southern Water. RBS structured the transaction and was the joint arranger, lead manager and bookrunner.
Municipal utility Siapa plans to spend $700 million on improving water and wastewater services over the next 25 years.
With an innovative local currency financing deal.
Abu Dhabi: TotalFinaElf announced that the Taweelah A1 power and desalination plant had been commissioned – on schedule and on budget.
With a $3 million partial credit guarantee.