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Economic growth is often accompanied by new uses of water. In many parts of the world, the advent of new – and often powerful – water users into a rural area radically changes the level of competition for water.
Based on the case of lead mining in the Con Cuong district in Vietnam, this video report provides an example of what may happen when new water users arrive. It illustrates that those who make the decision to allow new water users to start operating tend to be different from those who bear the costs of the new type and level of competition which emerge in the wake of the advent of new users.