NEW SETS OF OPEN DATA ON FAS WEB-SITE
Sets show dynamics of achieving competition development targets in the regions of Russia in water drainage, water supply and heating supply
The data set – “Dynamics of achieving competition development targets by regions in water drainage” includes data about achieving competition development targets by regions. The site also contains new sets of data – “Dynamics of achieving competition development targets in cold water supply by regions” and “Dynamics of achieving competition development targets in heating supply by regions” that show similar statistics in other fields.
The data will be updated as new information becomes available.
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