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China's water test

Overview

China has always had a problem with water. Industrialisation and urbanisation have aggravated the difficulty. Big schemes have been launched, with $58 billion earmarked for spending up to the end of 2010. But the key to progress lies equally in institutional change and a broader policy approach.

As in other domains, this raises systemic issues of implementation. Water policy is fragmented between different authorities. Local interests intervene. Means to improve the situation do...

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