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The Smart Cities Sector – Key Trends in Indonesia

Jun 2017

This report is designed to provide an overview of the smart cities sector in Indonesia. The country offers a number of opportunities in the smart city space, bolstered by its rapid urbanization and development. According to market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC), the Indonesian government is investing USD 420 billion for various infrastructure projects crucial to developing smart cities over the next five years.

In recent years Indonesia has made significant strides in implementing smart city solutions. In 2017, the government has establis...

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The Water & Wastewater Sector – Key Trends in South East Asia

May 2017

South East Asia is a diverse region, and is comprised of 10 countries: Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Brunei, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar, which together form the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN).

The region enjoys peace, security, and prosperity, and has a strong value proposition. Taken as a whole, it is the seventh largest economy in the world and is projected to become the fourth largest economy by 2050. ASEAN’s combined GDP stands at USD 2.5 trillion. This is expected to quadruple to USD 10 trilli...

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Vietnam Country Profile

May 2017

The report offers a wide range of data and information collected from various sources that were built together in order to provide not just facts but deeper insights about the country. Unlike other country reports that focus more on macro-economic data, we think that the most valuable part of the report, from an exporter’s perspective, is the overview of Vietnam’s key sectors, major foreign players in the market, and their strategies in the market.  This will help you better understand the dynamism of the country’s key business areas, its compet...

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Thailand Country Profile

May 2017

The report offers a wide range of data and information collected from various sources that were built together in order to provide not just facts but deeper insights about the country. Unlike other country reports that focus more on macro-economic data, we think that the most valuable part of the report, from an exporter’s perspective, is the overview of Thailand’s key sectors, major foreign players in the market, and their strategies in the market.  This will help you better understand the dynamism of the country’s key business areas, its compe...

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Singapore Country Profile

May 2017

The report offers a wide range of data and information collected from various sources that were built together in order to provide not just facts but deeper insights about the country. Unlike other country reports that focus more on macro-economic data, we think that the most valuable part of the report, from an exporter’s perspective, is the overview of Singapore’s key sectors, major foreign players in the market, and their strategies in the market.  This will help you better understand the dynamism of the country’s key business areas, its comp...

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Philippines Country Profile

May 2017

The report offers a wide range of data and information collected from various sources that were built together in order to provide not just facts but deeper insights about the country. Unlike other country reports that focus more on macro-economic data, we think that the most valuable part of the report, from an exporter’s perspective, is the overview of the Philippines’ key sectors, major foreign players in the market, and their strategies in the market.  This will help you better understand the dynamism of the country’s key business areas, its...

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Malaysia Country Profile

May 2017

The report offers a wide range of data and information collected from various sources that were built together in order to provide not just facts but deeper insights about the country. Unlike other country reports that focus more on macro-economic data, we think that the most valuable part of the report, from an exporter’s perspective, is the overview of Malaysia’s key sectors, major foreign players in the market, and their strategies in the market.  This will help you better understand the dynamism of the country’s key business areas, its compe...

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Indonesia Country Profile

May 2017

The report offers a wide range of data and information collected from various sources that were built together in order to provide not just facts but deeper insights about the country. Unlike other country reports that focus more on macro-economic data, we think that the most valuable part of the report, from an exporter’s perspective, is the overview of Indonesia’s key sectors, major foreign players in the market, and their strategies in the market.  This will help you better understand the dynamism of the country’s key business areas, its comp...

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The Water & Wastewater Sector - Key Trends in Vietnam

May 2017

Vietnam is still in the developmental phase of fortifying and improving its water and wastewater systems. Strong growth potential is foreseen in the wastewater and solid waste treatment sub-sectors. Given that industrial zones, or industrial parks all over the country are gradually booming to support large-scale industries, such as manufacturing, logistics and warehousing, there is a growing need for better water and wastewater infrastructure. From 2002 to 2011, the government invested USD 1.1 billion on average per year on water-related infrastructure and p...

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The Water & Wastewater Sector – Key Trends in Thailand

May 2017

Thailand faces many challenges in the water and wastewater sector. Potable water accessibility is a critical issue in Thailand. Less than half of urban households have properly piped water source, while 62% of the rural population obtain untreated water from rivers, canals, ponds or sometimes through harvesting rainfall. Many of the country's river basins are highly polluted, due to weak law enforcement and poor monitoring systems. The country's wastewater treatment sector is also underdeveloped; its 100 wastewater treatment plants have the capacity ...

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The Water & Wastewater Sector – Key Trends in Singapore

May 2017

Listed as one of the “water-stressed nations in the world”, Singapore struggled with scarcity of water in its early years. Its dependence on Malaysia for the import of raw water led the country to invest heavily into R&D in the water and wastewater sector. Today, it has built up a thriving water ecosystem supported by more than 20 public and private R&D centers, and carries out some of the most advanced and innovative water research across the whole water cycle. Singapore's ‘Global Hydro-hub’ consists of about 180 water industr...

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The Water & Wastewater Sector — Key Trends in the Philippines

May 2017

The Philippines has improved remarkably in its economic standing over the past years, and is now listed by the World Bank as the 10th fastest-growing economy in the world. Its ballooning population, and high rates of urbanization have led to a growing demand for potable water, as well as a greater need for the treatment and reclamation of wastewater.

Presently, however, only 80% of the population in the Philippines currently has access to potable water service, while only 7% has access to clean, conducive water for sanitation, and properly built sanitar...

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The Water & Wastewater Sector — Key Trends in Malaysia

May 2017

Malaysia suffers from a fast-depleting water supply, with the World Resources Institute estimating that annual renewable water supply might fall to 10,000 m3/person/year by 2025. The wastewater and sewerage system is largely underdeveloped, due to concerns over costly operations and maintenance. Tertiary water treatment process does not exist, with sewage only processed or treated up to removal of suspended and organic solid substances. Current technology used in Malaysia is very conventional, mainly old water infrastructure that is poorly ma...

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The Water & Wastewater Sector – Key Trends in Indonesia

May 2017

This report is designed to provide an overview of the water and wastewater sector in Indonesia, which is facing multifaceted challenges, given that almost 40% of Indonesians have no access to adequate sanitation facilities, while a third do not have clean drinking water. The Indonesian government is investing heavily in solutions to address its need for clean drinking water and in proper liquid-waste management systems, creating opportunities for companies in the sector. Specifically, there is demand for consultancy and service providers in water and wastewater treatm...

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