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19/12/2014

Egypt’s Misr Beni Suef Cement signs contract to fund coal mill

Cement plants in Egypt shift production to use coal

   

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18/12/2014

Russian Karachay–Cherkess Republic extends reduced rate of income tax for cement companies

Move aims to promote the development of the cement industry

   

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16/12/2014

Spanish FCC successfully completes increase of capital

FCC will now be led by Carlos Slim

   

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16/12/2014

Lafarge Africa commences MTO to AshakaCem minority shareholders

Lafarge Africa plans further expansion

   

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12/12/2014

FLSmidth extends revolving credit facility

Facility covers the group's financing needs for the coming years

   

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12/12/2014

Kenya’s Athi River Mining Cement secures credit

Company well on its way to becoming East Africa’s leading cement manufacturer

   

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10/12/2014

Analysts rate Ashaka Cement shares neutral

Shares rated neutral ahead of Mandatory Tender Offer

   

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09/12/2014

India’s Birla Corporation posts decline in net profit

Improvement expected in the third quarter of 2014-15

   

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09/12/2014

Egypt’s Qalaa Holdings posts increase in revenue

Strong contribution from improving results at subsidiary cement producer

   

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02/12/2014

Costs of Oman’s Raysut Cement to increase in 2015

Rival Oman Cement also announced an increase in costs in 2015

   

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