The main focus of WCI is working with parastatals (state agencies) in relation to the provision of sustainable services for: water, power, transport and telecommunications through the commercialisation strategies for change and regulation. The emerging markets initial rush to privatise state parastatals has now given way to a more supported commercialisation of state enterprises, where a managed approach can be undertaken to potential job loss and opportunities can be opened for job creation as well as profitability and also to attract investment through Public Private Partnerships (PPPs).
Our utility commercialisation experiences exist across both western and emerging markets, such as: Montenegro, Jordan, South Africa, Mozambique, Malawi, Swaziland, Kenya, Zambia, Ghana and Nigeria. In many of these cases, state utility regulators were also established.
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