Located at a point of convergence of three continents, Africa, Asia and Europe, the Arab Republic of Egypt, has experienced a consistent economic growth since the early 1990s, such growth was temporarily interrupted during the 2011-2012 Egyptian Spring Revolution, but soon recovered during the following fiscal years, reaching momentum during the fiscal year 2017-2018, experiencing the highest economic growth rate in 10 years, at 5.3%.
Located in the heart of South East Asia, The Socialist Republic of Vietnam has experienced a steady economic growth during the last twenty-five years. Starting from the late 1980s, the central government has initiated a vast array of economic reforms, commonly known as “Đổi Mới´” (open door) with the objective of moving the country away from a centrally planned economy, penalized by large-scale production, trade deficits and hyperinflation, back to a market oriented one.
Located in the heart of South East Asia, The Federal Constitutional Monarchy of Malaysia has experienced a steady economic growth during the past 20 years. After the Asian financial crisis of 1997-1998, Malaysia continued to post solid growth rates, averaging 5.5% per year in the 2000-2008 period.
In 2017, The KPI Institute, through its Center for Performance Benchmarking and Utilities Performance Labs, launched an extensive secondary benchmarking initiative which consists of 6 individual reports; 2 reports for each of the 3 utilities sectors – water, gas and electricity.
The extensive secondary benchmarking initiative launched in 2016 by The KPI Institute, through its Center for Performance Benchmarking and Utilities Performance Labs, consists of 6 individual reports; 2 reports for each of the 3 utilities sectors- water, gas and electricity.