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30/08/2015

Egypt’s Sinai Cement posts H1 results

Sinai Cement posts loss in H1

   

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30/08/2015

India’s Prism Cement posts decline in cement volumes

Prism Cement reports results for quarter ended June 30

   

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30/08/2015

Portugal: Semapa’s cement business sees increase in turnover

Semapa’s net profit rose in H1

   

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30/08/2015

CRH plans to reduce debt by 2016

CRH recently embarked on an aggressive acquisitions strategy

   

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28/08/2015

Cementos Argos declares H1 results

Cementos Argos records increase in revenue

   

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28/08/2015

Lafarge Malaysia records decline in earnings in Q2

Decline in earnings due to lower sales

   

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27/08/2015

Anuhui Conch Cement, China declares its H1 results

Conch Cement records decline in exports yet plans to continue its M & A activities

   

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27/08/2015

Hama Cement, Syria declares H1 results

Hama Cement recorded robust production growth

   

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26/08/2015

Melon Cement declares H1 results

Melon Cement recorded robust increase in income

   

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26/08/2015

Cimpor posts double-digit sales increases in Argentina, Paraguay, Mozambique

Operations in Brazil and Egypt recorded sales decline

   

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