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The 2005-2010 investment period in the UK is taking shape.
The EU wants to play a bigger role as a major funder of water services in poor countries. Olivia Jensen reports on the new EU-ACP Water Facility.
Severn Trent has appointed 22 contractors and consultants to carry out its £2.2 billion capital investment programme over the next five years.
After three tough years, European water stocks have finally rewarded investors. Will 2005 match last year’s success?
Veolia takes a leading position in the Italian market. It may require patience.
The investment programme for the next review period will be largely outsourced to contractors. Who are the likely winners?
Activist fund manager Knight Vinke Asset Management has started a campaign to split Suez into two separate companies, one for energy and the other for water.
Some categories seem more popular than others.
GWI columnist and author of Masons Water Yearbook David Lloyd Owen looks at how the private water industry has developed over the past year.