The cost of a gallon of water has decreased in the US since the Great Recession, but the cost of buying the same amount of water in a different country is increasing, according to the New York Times.
And the average cost of water for one gallon of fresh tap water in the United States has jumped by nearly 25% in the last five years, according the Times.
The Times reported that while the average price of a bottle of bottled water has dropped in the past few years, the price of fresh water is rising.
But there are other ways to get cheap water in America, and there’s one way to do it more cheaply than in other countries.
It’s cheaper to buy your water from a water company in a foreign country like Russia, for example.
According to a recent report by the New American Economy, more than half of the world’s countries have a monopoly on producing water, and more than 20 countries control at least some of the global supply.
That means they have more of the water in their taps than any other country.
So if you can find a cheap water source in Russia or China, you can make money on the side by selling your water there.
Here are three ways to do that, according.
Russia The country with the largest supply of fresh bottled water is Russia, where the country’s largest water company is Gazprom, which has a monopoly in Russia.
The company’s CEO, Alexei Miller, is a former top Russian politician who also happens to be a close ally of Vladimir Putin.
Miller was instrumental in the construction of the first pipeline that carried Russian natural gas to Europe.
The pipeline is called Surgutneftegaz, or “The Mother of the Sea,” and the company is known for its huge profits.
Gazprom has a market value of $10 billion, and Miller has already paid $1 billion to settle civil suits filed by European customers of its pipeline.
In 2013, the company paid a record $4.4 billion for its stake in Surgotnefstroye, a gas giant that also happens.
The deal was made after the company received a $1.7 billion loan from the Russian government.
It took six years for Gazprom to buy back its own shares.
Miller and other Gazprom executives made $2.4 million in total compensation for 2014 alone, according in Forbes, and that was after they took over control of Surgetnefrye in 2013.
The rest of the money paid to Miller came from the company’s $1,000 monthly dividend.
Miller is currently running for the post of Russian president, but he’s running on a platform that promises to privatize the company.
He’s also a major backer of Putin, who is currently the most powerful man in the world.
If Miller becomes president, it will be the first time Russia has had a president who’s not a billionaire.
China China’s largest state-owned water company, Xinhua, has a global market value more than $15 trillion, according Forbes, but Miller has been the top executive in the company since 2011.
He became the CEO in 2011, when Xi Jinping took power, and he continued as the company chairman until his retirement in 2015.
Miller also ran China’s Ministry of Water Resources from 2013 to 2016.
He was an early advocate of a “one country, two systems” model of China’s water supply, which would allow it to be privatized if one of the countrys two major water providers faltered.
According in Forbes: “Xinhua’s chief executive has already pocketed more than a billion dollars in bonuses and dividends since he took over.
He has also given the company hundreds of millions of dollars in cash and stock, and even helped Xinhua acquire the rights to purchase assets from U.S. firms and private equity firms in a deal that valued the company at more than five times the size of the company.”
That kind of massive cash grab can only happen in China if the company has a massive cash deficit.
That’s because the state-run water company has to pay all of its bills and collect all of the government’s taxes in the country.
If the company doesn’t have enough cash to pay its bills, the government will cut off its supplies and leave the country without water.
That could lead to water shortages in China and the rest of Asia, as well as higher prices for food, fuel, and other basic necessities.
China is currently facing a shortage of drinking water.
Its national water agency, the State Council, is currently considering a plan to privatized its water company.
It plans to sell off assets to help finance the privatization.
A report released by the United Nations earlier this year warned that China faces a massive water crisis and urged governments to start planning for water crises.
It said China’s problems are caused by its massive water deficit and by the government spending lavishly on public infrastructure, including dams, irrigation systems, and water pumps. “We