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China Water Market Insight

DUBLIN, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8vftbq/china_water) have announced the addition of the "China Water Market Insight" report to their offering.

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China's large population, rapidly-growing economy and high pollution levels make for a potential catastrophe and the Chinese government are taking this water crisis very seriously. Capital expenditure on the Chinese water and wastewater infrastructure already stands at a massive $31.2 billion and this is set to increase by 87% to $56.9 billion by 2018 - making China the largest market in the world.

There are huge opportunities in this market for companies that can establish and develop the right relationships. This report will highlight your potential partners and competitors and give you strong strategies for entering the supply chain. It pinpoints industrial wastewater treatment as the area with the biggest prospects for international players and will show you the trends that will create the best opportunities for your business.

This water market insight report is absolutely essential for anyone who wants to break into the Chinese water market or increase their market share. It analyses the water market in great depth, evaluates procurement models and supply chains and gives you a full guide to the stringent regulations in this market, so you know exactly how to do business in this country.

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

The municipal market in China is beginning to slow whilst the industrial wastewater market is becoming increasingly attractive, especially for foreign players. However, both sectors still offer huge opportunities for the water sectors. We explore the opportunities in both sectors and show you how the shift towards advanced technologies in the industrial market is creating the best opportunities for foreign companies.

The water market in China has historically been a more difficult market for international players, but we can give you strategies to help you compete in this sector.

Municipal water and wastewater investment

There will be further major investment in this area. From new wastewater treatments plants to seawater desalination, we show you how the municipal market will develop over the next few years. The report analyses the opportunities for international players to get involved in the municipal market, so you can decide if this sector holds any prospects for your business.

Industrial market

Industrial water demand is set to double over the next 20 years and industrial water holds huge opportunities for international players to break into the Chinese market.

We show you how:

Advanced wastewater treatment technologies - new regulations in response to the increased demand for industrial water are creating new opportunities for advanced wastewater treatment technologies. A lack of local expertise in these technologies is creating big opportunities for international players - we show you how to overcome potential obstacles and how to position your business in the market for the best chance of success.

Key Topics Covered:

Publication information
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. China - Market

2. China - Regulations

3. China - Utilities

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8vftbq/china_water


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