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Distribution d'eau à la Havane : des intérêts partagés

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  • Pascale Pinceau

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Economic recovery mainly explains the Public Private Partnership in the water sector in Havana. This partnership is part of a mead term strategy where water provision sustains other dynamic sectors. This choice may surprise because water provision is sensitive regarding values promoted by the communist State. The PPP leads to water market partition, it raises inequalities. The Cuban State is exposed to people discontent and disillusions. Nonetheless, by restoring elements of social justice, the Cuban government limits the negative impacts of a choice carrying a message opposed to the regime values.

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  • Pascale Pinceau, 2010. "Distribution d'eau à la Havane : des intérêts partagés," Revue Tiers-Monde, Armand Colin, vol. 0(3), pages 103-122.
  • Handle: RePEc:cai:rtmarc:rtm_203_0103
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