October 29, 2011

Risks Arising from Asia's Water Stress

Brahma Chellaney, The Hindu

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The fastest-growing economies in the region are all in or near water-stressed conditions, with huge implications for economic growth and inter-riparian relations.

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TAGGED: Indonesia, Vietnam, South Korea, India, China, water

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