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We have seen further efforts by the Peruvian government to close the water and sanitationinfrastructure gap in recent months. With US$3.34 earmarked for improving drinking water in Lima and theport of Callo, the authorities certainly are demonstrating an increased awareness of the importance of thesector. Investment is badly needed in the water sector, which at present threatens to be a limiting factor forthe water-intensive mining industry, and in turn the country's economy.Developed by the Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation, the National Sanitation Plan prioritisesthe modernisation of the water supply and sewerage system, eliminating financial losses in water serviceproviders, enhancing the quality of water and services, and building infrastructure and facilities. Authoritieshave shown strong resolve in meeting these objectives and are dedicated to monitoring progress, especiallyon the objectives set internationally. As such, numerous indicators have been formulated to track theadvancement in programmes and their impact, many of which are audited independently to ensure impartialresults.
Industry View 7SWOT 9Water 9Political 11Economic 12Business Environment 13Industry Forecast 14Peru Water Forecast 14Water Extraction 15Table: Peru Water Extraction, 2011-2017 16Water Consumption 17Table: Peru Water Consumption, 2011-2017 18Water Treatment And Sanitation 19Table: Key Data, Water Industry, Sanitation, 2011-2017 19Industry Risk/Reward Ratings 20Peru Risk/Reward Ratings 20Table: Latin America Water Risk/Reward Ratings 20Rewards 20Risks 20Market Overview 22Water Supply And Consumption 23Table: Access to Drinking Water, 2011-2013 24Industry & Agriculture Water Consumption 25Table: Water Usage by Sector 26Distribution 26Table: Percentage of Population with Access to Drinking Water by Province, 2001-2011 27Treatment And Sanitation 28Regulations And Tariffs 29Industry Trends And Developments 30Table: Peru Water Infrastructure Value, 2011-2013 34Table: Peru Water Projects 34Competitive Landscape 36The National Water Administration (ANA) 36Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation (VCMS) 37SEDAPAL 37Global Industry Overview 39Table: Hotel Water Consumption by Region (litres per guest per night) 42Demographic Forecast 46Table: Peru's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 ('000) 47Table: Peru's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total) 48Table: Peru's Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020 49Table: Peru's Rural/Urban Population, 1990-2020 49Methodology 50Industry Forecast Methodology 50Sources 52Risk/Reward Rating Methodology 52Table: Water Risk Reward Rating Indicators 53Table: Weighting of Indicators (%) 54