Main Private-Sector Participation in Water Utilities: Risks and Possibilities for Their Reduction and Mitigation
Water is the most important foodstuff in the world. Access to water is essential for all life. We must have water to drink and water is required to cultivate other basic foodstuffs. In order for everyone to have access to water, regardless of the quality of life, it has to be supplied at the lowest possible cost and be of acceptable quality.
KeywordsPrivate Sector Cash Flow Private Investor Market Risk Political Risk
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