Advertisement
Tuesday, Nov 30, 2021
Outlook.com

Some Plans In Hot Water

It isn't just the Third World, privatisation's failed even in the US

Some Plans In Hot Water
Some Plans In Hot Water
outlookindia.com
-0001-11-30T00:00:00+05:53

In its recommendations, PricewaterhouseCoopers notes, "Given the termination of several private sector agreements in the water sector recently, e.g. Manila, Buenos Aires, Atlanta, etc, it will be important to gauge the interest of potential private sector investors and determine the project structure accordingly".

Although most of these problems related to the exorbitant tariff hike, pwc has sought further concessions for the private sector. Why, it had asked local authorities to raise tariff even before the privatisation process began. Accordingly, Delhi Jal Board raised tariff by over 100 per cent.

Advertisement

Outlook Newsletters

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Read More from Outlook

Omicron Threat: Next 15 Days Crucial To Understand Global Impact

Omicron Threat: Next 15 Days Crucial To Understand Global Impact

The preliminary clinical data coming for the Omicron indicates that it has different sort of symptoms which is mainly intense fatigue.

'Speed Up Vaccination In View Of Omicron': Top Virologist Shahid Jameel Advises India

'Speed Up Vaccination In View Of Omicron': Top Virologist Shahid Jameel Advises India

Eminent virologist Shahid Jameel speaks to Outlook about the new Covid variant Omicron and its implications.

IPL 2022 Retention: Teams To Reveal Players They Want To Keep

IPL 2022 Retention: Teams To Reveal Players They Want To Keep

Indian Premier League franchises will submit the list of players retained for the 2022 edition on Tuesday (November 30).

How Parag Agrawal Obsessively Focused On Controlling Hate Speech As Twitter CTO

How Parag Agrawal Obsessively Focused On Controlling Hate Speech As Twitter CTO

After taking over as CTO of Twitter, Parag Agrawal’s main focus was on using AI and ML to identify hate speech and bots that were used to spread misinformation through the microblogging site.

Advertisement