ADB: Asia needs $8 billion annual investment in water

Reuters: Asia needs around $8 billion a year to improve water security and meet goals of providing drinking water and sanitation, and most of that will need to come from the private sector, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said. The ADB planned to maintain its current annual investment on water projects of $2-2.4 billion under a proposed 10-year plan, said Arjun Thapan, ADB's senior advisor on water and convenor of four-day water crisis conference in Manila. Thapan said the bank has ......

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