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19/09/2014

Cemex to buy back debt

Company aims to reduce its leverage

   

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16/09/2014

Cement sales of Votorantim Industrial grew in Q2

Company reversed the loss recorded a year earlier

   

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16/09/2014

Depressed H1 results of Lafarge Morocco

Cement demand set to drop further

   

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13/09/2014

India's Jaiprakash Associates stock fell after brokerage downgrade

The stock had underperformed the market over the past one month

   

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11/09/2014

Colombia’s Argos Group is seeking funds

Argos Group issues bonds

   

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09/09/2014

Chinese cement manufacturers fined

Beijing steps up anti-trust rules enforcement

   

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08/09/2014

Nigerian cement manufacturer boosts profit

CCNN launched expansion project

   

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08/09/2014

Spain’s Cementos Portland Valderrivas refinances debt

Company did not close cement plants

   

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04/09/2014

Mexico’s Cemex to offer senior secured notes

Net proceedings to be used for general corporate purposes

   

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04/09/2014

Vietnamese cement company robbed

Police is still conducting investigation

   

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