January 2004
EEBR Report - Czech Republic;2004, p36
Market Research Report
Provides information on the water sector in Czech Republic as of January 2004. Number of inhabitants in the country that were supplied from public water supply systems in 2000; Factor attributed to the increase in water usage from private wells for non-drinking purposes; Proportion of population with water supply in the country by region in 2002; Water industry structure.


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