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Water is our most precious resource. But it is also a shared resource that transcends political boundaries. Population growth, increasing economic development and urbanisation, as well as climate change patterns have resulted in an increased competition for water globally.

New and innovative ways of managing water will be needed in the future to meet growing demands. Deloitte's team has the experience to provide clients with comprehensive solutions as they respond to the challenges of the changing economic, regulatory, and market environment.

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