January 2004
EEBR Czech Republic: Energy & Environment Business Report;2004, p36
Market Research Report
Provides information on water supply and waste water management in the Czech Republic in 2003. Extension of the water supply network; Percentages of inhabitants supplied from public water supply systems per city or town; Discussion of the Czech water industry structure; Increase in water prices.


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