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29 Apr 2017

Water Mergers & Acquisitions: Key Trends in a Changing Global Landscape

Water related M&A activity has been robust over the last three years, surpassing US$57 billion, globally, since the start of 2014. Intensifying concerns over water scarcity, water resource contami... »

KKR Rebalances Water Portfolio

US investment firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. sold its remaining 23.85% share of wastewater treatment firm CITIC United Envirotech Limited...... »

Public-Private Partnerships in Water, 2016-2020

New report analyzing public-private partnerships in the global water industry -- available for online purchase and immediate download.... »

China Municipal Wastewater Market: Private Player Opportunities & Strategies, 2015-2020

In-depth report on China's Municipal Wastewater Market available for online purchase and immediate download.... »

New Strategies Emerge in Oman Desal Tender

On 20 March 2015, Oman Power and Water Procurement Co (OPWP) released a list of 12 consortiums, including 22 companies, with statements of qualifications to bid on the Barka and Sohar independent wate... »

China’s CITIC Bolsters UEL’s Wastewater Position

On 11 November 2014, CITIC Environment Protection Co Ltd and KKR China Water Investment Holdings, through a special purpose vehicle, made a conditional US$1.3 billion offer to acquire the remaining sh... »



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