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19/11/2014

India’s Mangalam Cement stock rose following India Capital Fund’s acquisition of shares

Mangalam Cement expects to improve capacity utilization

   

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18/11/2014

Shares of South African PPC drop

PPC posted decline in attributable earnings

   

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13/11/2014

India’s Trinetra Cement reports financial results for quarter ended September 30

Trinetra posted a reduction of the net loss

   

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13/11/2014

Titan Cement’s posted its Q3 financial results

Company’s net profit rose significantly

   

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13/11/2014

Holcim’s profit and sales dropped in Q3

Performance affected by European and Latin American markets

   

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13/11/2014

Sales of Verkhnebakansky cement plant have almost doubled

Plant added a new production line in 2013

   

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12/11/2014

Taiheiyo Cement Corporation reported its financial results

Japanese company posted a steep rise in net income

   

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12/11/2014

Indocement’s sales rose in Q3

Indocement boosted production capacity

   

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12/11/2014

Cement sales of India Cements dropped

Volume contraction weighed on the company’s stock

   

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12/11/2014

Turkish Çimsa Cement posts increase in profit

Sabanci Holding reported its financial results for January-September

   

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