Peruvian Water Market Reviewed in New In-Demand BMI Report Available at

06 Oct 2014 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - In Peru, the water sector forms one of the major sources of the economic strength. However, until recently only few steps were taken to develop it. The local water market is expected to demonstrate sizeable growth in the future on the back of the announced launch of new projects and recent water infrastructure-related regulatory improvements.

For instance, private institutions are currently enjoying increased access to investment in the building of utilities infrastructure as well as irrigation networks. Besides, the government has set up a new independent body to resolve disputes in Public-Private Partnerships aiming at providing better guarantees to overseas investors.

New market research report “Peru Water Report Q4 2014” drawn up by Business Monitor International (BMI) offers a detailed insight into the water market in Peru.

The study contains comprehensive details on the local water sector; SWOT analysis; information on political, economic and business environment in the country. The report includes details on local water extraction and consumption; water sanitation and treatment; industry risk and reward ratings. An all-encompassing review of tariffs and regulations, trends and developments of the industry, industry competitors can be also found in the research study. Besides, the report touches upon global water industry trends and contains future projections for the Peruvian market.

Report Details:

Peru Water Report Q4 2014
Published: October, 2014
Pages: 56
Price: US$ 1,295.00

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