Consolidated Water Co. Ltd.
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Nick Slepko: By all reports, housing in Cuba is in the toilet, and their toilets are in even worse shape. What’s your take on Cayman Islands-based water utility Consolidated Water (NASDAQ: CWCO)?
Tom Herzfeld: Consolidated Water is a very interesting company, but they’ve had a more »
People in America take many things for granted. One of the most prominent examples would be having clean water come out every time the tap is turned on. The average US citizen uses 150 gallons of water a day as compared to 20 gallons a day for even middle class folks in China, India and other emerging economies. Water is necessary for sanitation, cleaning and hydration. A lack of water more »