New Water Industry Reports by BMI Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

08 Jun 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – TD The Market Publishers, Ltd. is happy to announce that new water industry reports by Business Monitor International (BMI) have been added to its catalogue.

Argentina Water Report 2015. The water sector in Argentina has received a relatively large amount of investments over the recent years. However, it still remains incoherent and largely underdeveloped since it is ruled by numerous national as well as government ministries. Besides, investments in the infrastructure are not sufficient. The sector continues to attract foreign companies, though there is an ongoing threat of nationalization. The research report offers an insightful discussion of the water sector performance in Argentina. It covers production, consumption, sanitation, and more…

Australia Water Report 2015. The demand for water in Australia is set to increase in the years to come, while freshwater reserves continue to dwindle. As a result, investments in reuse infrastructure development, desalination and water treatment are expected to increase. However, reservoirs and rain water are likely to remain key sources of water over the near term. The research study provides a comprehensive guide to the water sector in Australia. The report investigates the operational risk, unveils figures related to water production and consumption …

Brazil Water Report 2015. Increasing demand for water from industrial and agricultural sectors coupled with continuing drought will lead to a rise in investments in the Brazilian water sector in the upcoming years. The research report is a source of valuable information on the water sector in Brazil. The study offers an up-close look at the background of the sector. It delves deep into issues related to water production and distribution, sheds light on consumption trends, focuses on industry risks and reward ratings …

China Water Report 2015. A large number of Chinese rivers have disappeared over the last few decades, while the demand for water is on the rise in the country. Water resources decrease at the highest rate in the north of the country. Desalination is expected to be the major way of fresh water production in the country in the years to come. The research study offers an in-depth analysis of the water sector in China. The report limelights political and economic background of the sector, production data and demand trends …

More new reports by the publisher are available at BMI page

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