Bloomberg Markets: Deadly Thirst in South America

Feb. 13 (Bloomberg) -- In South America, governments promote economic growth by allotting water to industry at the expense of local residents, who depend on the resource for sustenance. In Peru’s Cajamarca Region, the conflict has turned deadly as residents fight for control of the water they say they need to survive. Michael Smith reports. This story is featured in the March issue of Bloomberg Markets magazine. (Source: Bloomberg)

Modi on Road to Nowhere in Key State: BloombergQuint
14:57 - In the 2014 general election, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi swept Uttar Pradesh, a politically important state of 200 million people, by promising development. But for farmers who voted Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party into national office, it's the state’s chief minister Akhilesh Yadav and his ruling Samajwadi Party that’s delivered. Bloomberg's Iain Marlow reports. (Source: BloombergQuint) (Source: Bloomberg)
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