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Water Utilities: Global Industry Guide, MarketLine Industry Guides

NEW YORK, Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Water Utilities: Global Industry Guide, MarketLine Industry Guides


The global water utilities industry guide provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market size (value and volume, and forecast to 2017). The guide also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market.

Features and benefits

* Save time carrying out entry-level research by identifying the size, growth, major segments, and leading players in the global water fertilizer market
* Use the Five Forces analysis to determine the competitive intensity and therefore attractiveness of the global water utilities market
* Leading company profiles reveal details of key water utilities market players' global operations and financial performance
* Add weight to presentations and pitches by understanding the future growth prospects of the market with five year forecasts by both value and volume


The global water utilities market had total revenues of $722.5bn in 2012, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.2% between 2008 and 2012.
Market consumption volumes increased with a CAGR of 1% between 2008 and 2012, to reach a total of 2,907.6 billion cubic meters in 2012.
The performance of the market is forecast to follow a similar pattern with an anticipated CAGR of 4.3% for the five-year period 2012 - 2017, which is expected to drive the market to a value of $891bn by the end of 2017.

Your key questions answered

* What was the size of the global water utilities market by value in 2012?
* What will be the size of the global water utilities market in 2017?
* What factors are affecting the strength of competition in the global water utilities market?
* How has the market performed over the last five years?
* What are the main segments that make up the global water utilities market?

Market value 2
Market value forecast 2
Market volume 2
Market volume forecast 2
Category segmentation 2
Geography segmentation 2
Introduction 27
What is this report about? 27
Who is the target reader? 27
How to use this report 27
Definitions 27
Global Water Utilities 28
Market Overview 28
Market Data 29

Market Segmentation 31
Market outlook 33
Five forces analysis 35
Leading companies 41
Water Utilities in Asia-Pacific 53
Market Overview 53
Market Data 54
Market Segmentation 56
Market outlook 58
Five forces analysis 60
Leading companies 66
Water Utilities in Europe 74
Market Overview 74
Market Data 75
Market Segmentation 77
Market outlook 79
Five forces analysis 81
Leading companies 87
Water Utilities in France 99
Market Overview 99
Market Data 100
Market Segmentation 102
Market outlook 104
Five forces analysis 106
Leading companies 112

Macroeconomic indicators 118
Water Utilities in Germany 120
Market Overview 120
Market Data 121
Market Segmentation 123
Market outlook 125
Five forces analysis 127
Leading companies 133
Macroeconomic indicators 148
Water Utilities in Italy 150
Market Overview 150
Market Data 151
Market Segmentation 153
Market outlook 155
Five forces analysis 157
Leading companies 163
Macroeconomic indicators 178
Water Utilities in Japan 180
Market Overview 180
Market Data 181

Market Segmentation 183
Market outlook 185
Five forces analysis 187
Leading companies 193
Macroeconomic indicators 197
Water Utilities in Belgium 199
Market Overview 199
Market Data 200
Market Segmentation 202
Market outlook 204
Five forces analysis 206
Leading companies 212
Macroeconomic indicators 216
Water Utilities in Canada 218
Market Overview 218
Market Data 219
Market Segmentation 221
Market outlook 223
Five forces analysis 225
Leading companies 231

Macroeconomic indicators 236
Water Utilities in China 238
Market Overview 238
Market Data 239
Market Segmentation 241
Market outlook 243
Five forces analysis 245
Leading companies 251
Macroeconomic indicators 267
Water Utilities in The Netherlands 269
Market Overview 269
Market Data 270
Market Segmentation 272
Market outlook 274
Five forces analysis 276
Leading companies 282
Macroeconomic indicators 292
Water Utilities in Spain 294
Market Overview 294
Market Data 295

Market Segmentation 297
Market outlook 299
Five forces analysis 301
Leading companies 307
Macroeconomic indicators 315
Water Utilities in The United Kingdom 317
Market Overview 317
Market Data 318
Market Segmentation 320
Market outlook 322
Five forces analysis 324
Leading companies 330
Macroeconomic indicators 345
Water Utilities in The United States 347
Market Overview 347
Market Data 348
Market Segmentation 350
Market outlook 352
Five forces analysis 354
Leading companies 360
Macroeconomic indicators 370
Appendix 372
Methodology 372

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