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India Water Market Insight

DUBLIN, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/c3kb83/india_water) has announced the addition of the "India Water Market Insight" report to their offering.

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India holds huge opportunities for the private sector over the next five years and that is why we have named it one of GWI's top four country markets. There is increasing demand for reliable supplies of municipal and industrial water and a renewed focus on wastewater treatment, under-pinned by a multi-billion dollar government programme.

We show you how these trends will create some of the best opportunities for the private sector. Now is the time to get involved in this lucrative market - this market insight report will show you exactly how to capitalise on growing opportunities for the private sector.

The report covers analyses every facet of the water market in India, covering the water sector structure, challenges opportunities and forecasts as well as a comprehensive directory of water regulations and a database of over 250 Indian water utilities.

Project trackers

With this particular report, you will receive a snapshot of the latest PPP, desalination and water reuse project trackers for this region! They will help you understand key project trends and provide concrete sales leads for expanding in this market.

Market drivers and opportunities

There are huge private sector opportunities in the Indian water market in the wake of a PPP concession awarded to Veolia in 2011. We anticipate that capital expenditure in the water and wastewater sector will more than triple from $2.9 billion in 2011 to $9.1 billion in 2018.

The Indian government has proposed a total budget of $23.3 billion for water and wastewater infrastructure until between 2013 and 2017, so this market insight report is a crucial handbook to ensure you capitalise on the opportunities ahead of your competitors. We outline the following opportunities in the Indian water market and as well as giving you strategies for success:

  • Municipal and industrial wastewater treatment - this area will be the most exciting area for future growth in India. Wastewater management has been given a high priority in recent government policies - and water reuse for beneficial purposes is also supported. Foreign companies are expected to play a big role in these developments and we show you how international players can penetrate this market and tap into the emerging opportunities.
  • Private sector involvement - the private sector will play a crucial role in the efforts to improve India's water supply and wastewater treatment and the government is actively encouraging private sector involvement. The report will analyse the opportunities and obstacles for penetrating the market so you can formulate a robust business plan.
  • Partnerships - we explore the opportunities for local and foreign companies to partner and highlight strategies for collaboration - so you can successfully enter this market.
  • Supply chain - the report investigates opportunities to enter the supply chain in India. Using case studies, we give you tangible strategies for finding your place in the supply chain in the Indian water sector.



Key Topics Covered:

Executive summary
Opportunities
Regulations
Accompanying spreadsheets and datasets
Forecast categories
Utility and industrial forecast category definitions
Indicators of utility service coverage
Indicators of water service coverage
Indicators of wastewater service coverage

1. India - Market

2. India - Regulations

3. India - Utilities


For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/c3kb83/india_water


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