Uruguay: Attempts to privatize drinking water are denounced

The state entity would pay US$12 million per year for each cubic meter and for having potable water ready and available.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uruguay's Federation of Employees of State Sanitation Works (FFOSE) denounced new attempts to privatize drinking water through a government project involving foreign companies.

Called Neptuno, it involves constructing a new pumping station in a seaside resort near the Rio de . . .

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