January 2004
EEBR Netherlands: Energy & Environment Business Report;2004, p40
Market Research Report
Focuses on the water industry and sanitation services in the Netherlands. Total number of companies that provide the public drinking water supplies in the country; Quality of water in the country; Reason why the Dutch government decided not to privatise the industry in 1999.


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