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Brazil Private Water Market Surges: Tender Analysis, Competitive Positioning, and Water Market Trends

19 January 2021
Market Insight

Brazil’s water sector is undergoing an overhaul with the focus on reaching universal water and sewer service coverage by 2030. A combination of lackluster progress towards this goal, combined with structural challenges in the sector and an economic downturn have all encouraged the government to increase private participation in the sector. Through 31 March 2022, Brazil’s regulator ANA (National Water Authority) is tasked with ensuring all state water and sewer service providers have viable universal coverage plans or pursue alternative management models to meet those targets–including private concessions.

In this Market Insight:

  • Sector overview
  • Regulatory framework
  • Private concessions market

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