In 1998, recognizing that most officials in El Salvador that the water infrastructure and the institutions that are responsible for managing the infrastructure in poor condition. Without reforms, the country would not be able to provide water and sanitation to the majority of people. The Inter-American Bank had made it clear that financial aid to El Salvador was dependent on the willingness of the country to restructure its water system. Although there were large differences between the parties, but … Read more »

In 1998, recognizing that most officials in El Salvador that the water infrastructure and the institutions that are responsible for managing the infrastructure in poor condition. Without reforms, the country would not be able to provide water and sanitation to the majority of people. The Inter-American Bank had made it clear that financial aid to El Salvador was dependent on the willingness of the country to restructure its water system. Although there were large differences between the parties on how the system should be reformed, but not whether it should be. HKS case number 1,483.0
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Henry Lee
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Release date: 01 September 1998. Prod #: HKS292-PDF-ENG
ANDA: Transforming El Salvador Water Company HBR case solution