African Water and Waste Water Markets: tremendous investments the next 20 years

 

Africa, the world’s richest continent and start to develop there water and waste water markets. Most African countries have a masterplan to 2030 to serve industry, agriculture and people with drinking water and waste water treatment plants.

PRLog – African Water and Waste Water Markets: tremendous investments the next 20 years.

Africa, the world’s richest continent and start to develop there water and waste water markets. Most African countries have a masterplan to 2030 to serve industry, agriculture and people with drinking water and waste water treatment plants.new study

Africa`s economy is growing fast with 5 percent in 2011 and expected to grow the next years with higher rates. The poverty rate is going back and there are more wealthy people as in europe. The 100 leading stock market companies increased by 28 % last year.

There are 47 Countries in sub-Sahara Africa and the Population is 900 million people today and expected 50 percent more by 2050, over 50 percent are children. Only 10 percent of the land is used for agriculture. Most countries have a masterplan to invest in water and waste water for the next 20 years. Countries like china already lead the overall investments and prepare to invest in water and waste water and renewable energies too.

Only 10 percent of the waste water is treated today and 50 percent of the population lack clean and fresh water. The investments are huge for the next 20 years and this study will show the investment in every segment and country and there masterplan.

The study will show the chances and risks for companies and countries in competition. There are differences by country which are detailed in the study. The world market for water and waste water amounts 413 Bn US $ in 2011 and the part of africa is some percent. But by 2030 africa will count for over 16 % then.
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Source : Helmut Kaiser Consultancy
Country : Germany

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