BMI View: Overall we believe the Russian water and sanitation sectors are showing steady improvement
in the quality of the service offering; however, the high costs and limited revenues, in conjunction with poor
infrastructure in many regions, will continue to render ..."
The Russian water sector is currently open to private investment, with significant increases also forecast
over the coming years. Although the government is keen to develop all aspects of the sector, particular
emphasis has been placed on the growth of infrastructure itself, to ..."
As the Russian government strives to make the necessary improvements to the country's water sector,
private investment continues to increase at a very promising rate. To ensure long-term growth, much work
is needed, especially in developing the water infrastructure an ..."
Private investment in Russia's water sector is currently increasing at an encouraging rate as the country
works to upgrade its deteriorating water infrastructure and promote long-term growth. The next five years
are expected to see the water equipment market almost do ..."
BMI View: Substantial development programmes aimed at updating Russia's ageing water infrastructure
are encouraging an influx of private investment and considerable opportunity for long-term growth. The
water and wastewater equipment market is expected to almost doubl ..."
BMI View: The water sector in Russia offers a substantial opportunity for long term growth, with the water
and wastewater equipment market expected to almost double in size over the next 5 years. Substantial
development programmes to update the country's infrastructur ..."
BMI View: The Russian government is currently implementing its 'Clean Water Program', with an aim to
improve efficiency, access, and the quality of water supplied to the Russian population whilst reducing
pollution. The program expects to achieve this through governme ..."