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Enter the Water Dragon: Are we headed for a year of 'smooth sailing' or turbulent waters? Find out in our 2011 water review which incudes five trends for 2012. Given the new No.1 Document's focus on agri, we look to see if China can grow enough food to ensure 'a prosperous ever after' and gain insight on water pricing trends from Sino French Water. With China owning the headwaters of South and SE Asia's key rivers, we review the overhanging threat of water wars. Will the Water Dragon stir up these heated waters? Isabel Hilton, editor of China Dialogue explains why she thinks this is much ado about nothing. Happy reading and happy lunar new year!
   
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Enter the Water Dragon: Are we headed for a year of 'smooth sailing' or turbulent waters? Find out in our 2011 water review which includes five trends for 2012. Given the new No.1 Document's focus on agriculture, we look to see if China can grow enough food to ensure 'a prosperous ever after' and gain insight on water pricing trends from Steve Clark, of Sino French Water. With China owning the headwaters of South and SE Asia's largest rivers, we review the overhanging threat of water wars. Will the Water Dragon stir up these heated waters? Isabel Hilton, editor of China Dialogue explains why she thinks this is much ado about nothing. Happy reading and happy lunar new year!

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2011 Year in Review & 5 Trends for 2012
With the Rabbit in rear view, find out what's happened in the water space in 2011 and check out the five trends we see continuing into 2012.
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Agriculture: A Prosperous Ever After?
A slew of recent reports and the new No.1 Document, leads Debra Tan to take a closer look at food, property. the weather and potential strategies to ensure a prosperous ever after.
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Sino French Water Discusses Water Pricing
China Water Risk talks to Steve Clark of Sino French Water on water pricing in China - how water tariffs are set, sewage and sludge treatment prices, pricing trends and non-revenue water.
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Diverting the Brahmaputra - Much Ado About Nothing?
Given the focus by The Economist and Indian security analysts on potential water wars in South Asia, Isabel Hilton explains why the threat to India of China diverting the Brahmaputra may be much ado about nothing
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Report Alert
Interest
  • Chinese government releases 2012's No.1 Document - focus on agricultural & technology innovation
  • Cadmium spill by Guangxi Jinhe Mining Ltd. results in heavy pollution in the Longjiang River within Guangxi
  • Central government annouced investment of 38 billion yuan in water-saving irrigation projects from 2012 to 2015
 
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