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23/10/2014

Cemex’s net sales rose in Q3

Higher volumes in Mexico and the U.S.

   

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23/10/2014

Spain’s Cementos Portland Valderrivas doubles losses

Cement sales posted slight improvement

   

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23/10/2014

Saudi Arabian Umm Al-Qura Cement records loss

Company was incorporated on July 3, 2013

   

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23/10/2014

Saudi Arabia’s Southern Province Cement sells stake in energy company

Financial impact of the sale to be shown in Q3 results

   

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22/10/2014

Saudi Cement posts increase in net profit

Improved efficiencies triggered growth

   

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22/10/2014

PPC shareholder boosts stake in the company

Shareholder Foord Asset Management aims to request a meeting to elect a new board

   

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21/10/2014

Trinidad Cement Limited’s revenue rose this year

Domestic cement markets in Trinidad and Jamaica grew

   

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21/10/2014

Saudi Arabia’s Yanbu Cement boosts net profit in Q3

Net profit posted year-on-year growth in Q3

   

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19/10/2014

India’s UltraTech Cement records steep growth in net profit

Company’s combined cement and clinker sales rose

   

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19/10/2014

Pakistan’s Maple Leaf Cement post decline in net profit

Company’s revenue rose due to an increase in net retention prices

   

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