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India's water sector is in sore need of investment and expansion. However we believe this islikely to occur and so the country offers a large number of opportunities to water management and waterinfrastructure companies. However, we caution that it is not so favourable to heavy water usage industriessuch as drinks manufacturing, as limited water supplies continue to be an issue.Water pollution also remains a massive problem across India, causing numerous health problems andrepresenting the waste of a vast and extremely important resource for this water starved country. It isparticularly severe in rural areas where there is little water mains connection let alone sewage networkconnections and little or no access to wastewater treatment facilities. However there is a separate, equallyacute problem in built up urban areas where overcrowding and lack of proper sanitation facilities leads towidespread disease.
Industry View 7SWOT 9Mobile 9Wireline 11Political 13Economic 15Business Environment 17Industry Forecast 18Mobile 18Table: Mobile Historical Data And Forecasts, 2010-2017 18ARPU 19Table: ARPU - Historical Data And Forecasts (IDR) 19Fixed Line 21Table: Fixed Line - Historical Data And Forecasts, 2010-2017 21Broadband 22Table: Internet - Historical Data And Forecasts, 2010-2017 22Industry Risk Reward Ratings 24Industry Risk/Reward Ratings 24Table: Asia Pacific Telecoms Risk/Reward Ratings 28Market Overview 29Mobile 29Regional Perspective 29Table: Indonesia Mobile Market Regional Comparison, 2012 30Key Developments 30Market Growth 31Market Shares 33Table: Indonesia Mobile Subscribers By Operator, Q113 35Usage 36Table: Indonesia Prepaid And Postpaid ARPU By Operator (IDR) 37Networks 39Table: 21GHz WCDMA Spectrum Allocation 42 Mobile Content 43Table: Selected Value-Added Services Developments 44Mobile Operator Data 45Table: Indonesia Mobile Market Overview 45Table: Telekomunikasi Selular (Telkomsel) 45Table: Indosat 46Table: XL Axiata 48Table: Bakrie Telecom (fixed-wireless) 50Mobile Content 51Tablets Are The New TV 53Table: Percentage Of Long-Form Video Views By Device 55Infrastructure Is A Key Enabler 55Fixed Line 57Table: Indonesia Fixed-Line Subscriber Growth ('000) 57Table: Telkom Key Fixed-Line Network Developments 60Fixed Wireless 60Broadband 63Pay-TV/IPTV 65Submarine Cable Deployment 66Table: Telkom Key Submarine Cable Developments 67Mobile Broadband 68WiMAX 69Industry Trends And Developments 70Table: Market Developments 74Regulatory Development 76Regulatory Overview 76Table: Indonesia: Regulatory Bodies And Their Responsibilities 77Regulatory Developments 78Competitive Landscape 81Table: Indonesia Telecoms Sector Key Players 81Table: Key Operator Revenues (US$mn) 81Company Profile 82Telkom 82Telkomsel 87Indosat 92XL Axiata 97Regional Overview 101Corporate Overview 101Table: Gemalto Financial KPIs, Q113 vs Q112 103Products Appeal To Maturing Asian Markets 103New Asian Growth Helps Insulate Effects Of Recession In Europe 104Demographic Forecast 106Table: Indonesia's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 ('000) 107Table: Indonesia's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total) 108Table: Indonesia's Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020 109Table: Indonesia's Rural And Urban Population, 1990-2020 109Glossary 110Methodology 112How We Generate Our Industry Forecasts 112Table: Key Indicators For Telecommunications Industry Forecasts 112Telecoms Business Environment Ratings 113Table: Ratings Indicators 114Table: Weighting Of Indicators 115Sources 115