New Different Countries Water Industry Reports Q1 2014 by BMI Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

Market Publishers Ltd announces that new BMI research reports on different countries’ water industry performance in Q1 2014 have been added to its catalogue.

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London, UK (PRWEB) January 28, 2014

Market Publishers Ltd announces that new BMI research reports on different countries’ water industry performance in Q1 2014 have been added to its catalogue.

Ukraine Water Report Q1 2014. During 2011-2013, the Ukrainian water sector witnessed a considerable YoY decline. This has led to the increasing need for improvements in terms of water quality in the country and, thus, launch of numerous projects in the sphere. Nevertheless, further improvements are still needed in order to make the country’s water sector financially viable for investors and industry players. The Ukrainian water sector is regarded as the victim of decades of poor maintenance and underinvestment, with the government taking various initiatives in attempts to make amends. Recently, Ukraine has received support from different international financial institutions. The report provides a close look at the Ukrainian water sector performance, discloses important historical and present industry estimates, and also offer forecast for future sector’s development…

China Water Report Q1 2014. The Chinese water sector faces a slew of obstacles, which are to be overcome in order to meet the constantly growing needs of the country's rapidly expanding population. According to the 12th five-year plan (2011-2015), the sum of CHY 430 billion is to be invested in wastewater treatment upgrades. There is a noticeable disparity in terms of water supply between the northern and southern parts of the country. Around 80% of the Chinese water reserves are located in the South, while around half of the country population and two thirds of the domestic farmland are in the North. The research study presents an all-round guide to the Chinese water sector. It characterizes the regulative landscape and covers the recent industry developments, describes the key factors influencing the sector’s growth, uncovers water supply and consumption statistics, and also outlines future prospects of the Chinese water sector…

Egypt Water Report Q1 2014. The development of the Egyptian water sector has been affected considerably by the continued state of unease in the country during the past few years. The overall development of the Egyptian water infrastructure will likely be hampered by the limited funding in the forthcoming years. The country still remains economically and politically unsettled, and this is anticipated to have a negative influence on the water sector in the offing. A looming threat is emerging from the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam project, and if it completed, the country will likely suffer considerable cuts in water resources (approximately 18 billion cubic meters yearly). The research report offers a profound analysis of the Egyptian water sector, presents the domestic water supply and consumption statistics and discusses the most important industry related issues. The study traces the major market trends, examines the key influencing factors, as well as contains an insightful future outlook…

Saudi Arabia Water Report Q1 2014. Saudi Arabia established itself as a major player in the global water market as the pressure on the present water system continues to rise, propelling huge investments from the country’s government. The domestic demand for water is predicted to rocket in the next decade, registering approximately a 10% YoY increase. In order to cater to the burgeoning demand, the country’s government is to ramp up the already-impressive project pipeline for the water sector. In 2013, around USD 6.4 billion were allocated for water and sanitation projects in Saudi Arabia. A comprehensive analysis of the Saudi Arabian water sector, along with the important historical and present industry estimates is provided in the research report. The study presents a close look at the domestic water demand and supply, features the prevailing trends, and thoroughly discusses the major industry related issues. It scrutinizes the key industry growth drivers and limiters, and outlines future prospects of the development of the Saudi Arabian water industry...

More new research studies by the publisher can be found at Business Monitor International page.