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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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16/10/2014

Profit of Arabia’s Yamama Cement Company posted QoQ growth in Q3

Low demand triggered decline in the first nine months of the year

   

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15/10/2014

Net profit fell for Saudi Arabia’s Yanbu Cement

Lower volumes of cement sales

   

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06/10/2014

Colombia's Cementos Argos authorizes bond issue

Proceeds used for working capital and debt payments

   

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06/10/2014

Venezuela has yet to transfer final installment to Holcim

Payments arose from the nationalization of one Holcim’s plants in Venezuela

   

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02/10/2014

Trinidad Cement places restructured loan agreements payments on hold

Trinidad Cement to submit comprehensive restructuring plan

   

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02/10/2014

Shares of Thailand's IRPC Pcl rose

Disputes over contract with cement maker settled

   

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02/10/2014

Spain’s Cementos Portland paid loan due in June

Company is working on alternatives to refinance debt

   

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29/09/2014

Russian Babinov Cement Plant owes millions of rubles in taxes

Company in talk with banks to pay debt

   

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