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Public-Private Partnerships in Water: Asia Pacific Market Analysis

06 January 2016
Market Insight

Now available is Bluefield’s Market Insight, Public-Private Partnerships in Water: Asia Pacific Market Analysis.

This Market Insight analyzes wastewater treatment and desalination capacity additions in the Asia Pacific region developed through private participation. The report includes an analysis of key private water markets and how increasing policy support is influencing water PPP development in the region.

Emerging opportunities in smaller Asian nations and outside of China are also highlighted alongside those that are driving the Asia Pacific as a water PPP industry leader with utility concessions, IWP/WPP contacts, and improving BOT markets.

The findings of this report draw from Bluefield’s Focus Report, Public-Private Partnerships in Water: Company Strategies & Market Opportunities, 2015-2020, which supports clients with key trends, market shifts, and opportunities for global PPP activity in water.

Takeaways

  • Added desalination capacity in the region amounts to a project pipeline worth US$27 billion
  • China is the largest market for private sector investment in water infrastructure globally
  • Leading water PPP development are Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam

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