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The continued rise in population and fast urbanization has put a very severe strain on Chinese water resources.
Water scarcity in Egypt is exacerbated by the rapid population growth and its heavy reliance on the River Nile.
The Japanese water sector is a mature market where capital investments have been stable over time.
Taiwan’s water market is mainly based on surface water sources with river and rainwater flowing into water reservoirs. However, these capture only approximately 20% of available sources, and the country continues to suffer from severe water shortages…
France has a population of 64 million and a surface area of 551000km². 79% of the population live in urban areas, where the coverage of water and waste water services is 100%.
The country has fully implemented European regulations and is always among the top countries when it comes to dealing with emerging issues associated with water and waste water treatment.
Hong Kong has a population of 7.2 million on a surface area of 1104km². Given the high population density and dependence on water sources from neighbouring Guangdong province, PRC, Hong Kong has implemented a highly developed water…
Water in Mexico is relatively abundant in the South of the country, while it is more scarce in the densely populated Center and North. Water scarcity is a particularly serious issue in Northern Mexico.
Slovakia is one of the worst countries in Europe in terms of water quality and the poor standards of waste water treatment, and the country already faces fines for non-compliance with EU regulations.
Switzerland has a population of 7.7 million and a surface area of 41285km². 74% of the population lives in urban areas, where the coverage of water and waste water services is 100%.