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Urban water’s new wave
Significant new opportunities are opening up in India’s urban infrastructure space, especially in water supply. When we first wrote about this sector in 2007, reform had begun with private investment flowing into water supply networks in industrial parks and a few municipal areas. Since the central government earmarked US$10.5 billion to improve urban infrastructure, with matching contributions by states in a reform-linked programme, cities have started handing over their entire...