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    Network with Asian water industry experts and decision makers
    September 23-25, 2003 - Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam

    Water & Wastewater Asia Conference and Exhibition (WWA) will be your business opportunity to meet industry experts and decision makers from the water and wastewater sector. This inaugural event being held at Ho Chi Minh International Exhibition & Conference Centre, Vietnam from 23rd - 25th September 2003 will confront important issues within this ever changing and important industry. This event will bring together over 2000 key decision making industry professionals and provide you with an excellent opportunity to network, meet new contacts and strengthen your present contacts.
    Vietnam is a rapidly developing country and now is the time to reach this growing market. Be there when the markers for the future are placed and strategies are explained. Take part in the Water & Wastewater Asia conference.
    A developing market
    According to Nguyen Ton, head of the Vietnam Water Supply and Drainage Association, "Vietnam's water supply system is unsustainable and in desperate need of an overhaul. Up to 50% of water in Hanoi, Hung Yen, Da Nang and Ca Mau is lost through wastage or inefficiency." Average water loss stands at about 37%. Only 67% of urban residents have access to clean water and this figure drops to 11% in district towns. The government poured US$ 1.3 billion into doubling the nation's water supply network in the past decade.
    The water and wastewater treatment market in Vietnam is very promising for international manufacturers within the next 20 years, especially in view that all water- and wastewater-related equipment must be imported. Vietnam's economy is growing, but water projects are generally funded through World Bank, Asian Development Bank, UNICEF, UNDP and donor nations such as Finland, Denmark, France, Japan, Netherlands, Australia, South Korea and Germany.

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