Water infrastructure and supply – growing role of private financeThe report highlights the global need for water infrastructure. Developed markets need to replace crumbling and incomplete infrastructure while emerging markets need to build infrastructure for the first time. Annual water investment needs are estimated to rise to more than $770 billion for the OECD and BRICs by 2015. With public funding increasingly under financial pressure, we believe the private sector will need to play an increasingly important role.
Water Services Industry To Double Revenues By 2020 In Efforts To Tackle Scarcity, Says New BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research Report
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