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[PDF] Are the debates on water privatization missing the point? Experiences from Africa, Asia and Latin America
Author: Jessica Budds, doctoral candidate in Geography & Environment at Univ. of Oxford, & Gordon McGranahan, director of Human Settlements Programme, Intl. Institute for Environment & Development, in Environment & Urbanization journal
This paper has two principal aims: first, to unravel some of the arguments mobilized in the controversial privatization debate, and second, to review the scale and nature of private sector provision of water and sanitation in Africa, Asia and Latin...
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Author: UN Wire
The Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, a World Bank Group member, will provide $65 million in investment insurance to a consortium of four Mauritian companies and to the Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa Ltd. to help...