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Water Market China 2009

Water Market China 2009

China's water sector is a honey trap for foreign water businesses. The bait is the tremendous growth opportunity. The sting is the local market conditions: the competition, the regulation and the ambiguous public sector role.

Water Market 2009 is your guide to getting the bait without being stung. The bulk of the report comprises 520 profiles of companies trading in the Chinese water sector either as developers, contractors or equipment suppliers. These are your competitors or potential partners.

Additionally the report includes key datasets in excel spreadsheet format covering all aspects of the Chinese water market:

  • Water and wastewater utilities
  • Utility performance indicators
  • Provincial economic data and forecast
  • Listed companies
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Private water projects

To support this wealth of data, the report, we have included a power point presentation talking you through the salient points of the market including:

  • How big is the market and how fast is it growing?
  • How does the public procurement system work?
  • What are the main regulatory drivers of the market?
  • What is the plan for meeting future water needs?
  • How is the equipment supply sector structured?
  • Which foreign firms have been successful in the market and why?
  • What are the most important trends in the market?
  • Where foreign companies are welcome and where they are unwelcome?

The report is published in CD ROM format with four quarterly updates on specific aspects of the market. The first update, published in May 2008 will be on the Chinese membrane market. Subsequent up-dates will be determined by feedback from subscribers.

As an additional service to support those wishing to extend their exposure to the Chinese market, GWI's Beijing bureau can arrange meetings between subscribers and executives of the companies listed in the report.

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