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September 2009
Utility Week;9/11/2009, p27
Trade Publication
The article presents the findings of the assessment of billed and unbilled debt in water utilities in Great Britain conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). The analysis has revealed that revenues for the water industry would increase by more than 1.6 billion British pounds if all companies were as effective as the best performer. Niall Cooter, senior manager in the receivables management group of PwC, explains the impact of the outstanding debt of the industry on the financial performance of the sector.


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