Working capital for water

Chaudhary, Tahir; Scicluna, Richard
September 2016
Utility Week;9/9/2016, p15
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the need for non-household water retailers in England to be proactive to address their working capital financing requirements for the market opening. It reveals that water utilities are set for the non-household market to be opened up to competition which allows customers to switch their water and sewerage service supplier.


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