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14/03/2014

Carthage Cement appoints new board member

Kais Jamaia has been appointed as government representative on the board

   

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12/03/2014

Vicat names new CEO

Jacques Merceron-Vicat to retire from his position

   

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06/03/2014

Turkey: TCMA appoints new President

Cement association has appointed Mehmet Göçmen to the post

 

   

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04/03/2014

Peru: Government Minister involved in mining concession

Report says Minister for Women Carmen Omonte has stake in cement maker Cemento Amazónico

 

   

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27/02/2014

Korea cement group appoints new President

Kim Jong-O has been named to the post

   

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26/02/2014

Holcim may slash more jobs in Spain

Redundancies may hit 140 workers across company plants

 

   

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25/02/2014

Egypt postpones decision on Alexandria Cement

Workers also pushing for new Collective Bargaining Agreement

 

   

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21/02/2014

Lafarge installs new plant manager in Sötenich

Frank Satzek has been installed to the plant

   

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20/02/2014

Ireland's CRH has appointed non executive director

Henk Rottinghuis has been appointed to the post

 

   

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18/02/2014

Unions call off strike at Cementos Portland plant

Firm had earlier signed labor deal to avert the strike in Spain

 

   

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