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26/01/2015

UAE’s Ras Al Khaimah Cement posts increase in net profit

Net profit grew in January-September 2014

   

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26/01/2015

UAE’s Ras Al Khaimah Cement posts increase in net profit

Net profit grew in January-September 2014

   

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23/01/2015

Saudi Arabia’s Al-Jouf Cement posts profit increase

Al-Jouf Cement announced its 2014 financial results

   

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22/01/2015

China’s Gansu Shangfeng Cement reduced production costs in 2014

Gansu Shangfeng Cement posted 2014 financial results

   

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21/01/2015

Saudi Arabian Hail Cement posts boost in net profit

Hail Cement posted 2014 financial results

   

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21/01/2015

Saudi Arabia’s Tabuk Cement posts financial results

Company registered decline in quarterly profit

   

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21/01/2015

Saudi Arabia’s Umm Al-Qura Cement records loss at the end of 2014

Company was founded on July 3, 2013

   

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21/01/2015

China-based Fujian Cement expects steep rise in net profit

Fujian Cement posts contraction in production costs

   

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20/01/2015

Profit drop for Saudi Arabia’s Northern Region Cement

Company reported increase in profit in Q4

   

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20/01/2015

Saudi Arabia’s Najran Cement posts 2014 financial results

Najran Cement recorded hike in net profit

   

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