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06/01/2014

Cementir workers threaten strike at Taranto plant

Union members say they will protest looming layoffs due to cost cutting

 

   

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05/01/2014

Group Chief Executive retires from CRH

Mr. Albert Manifold has succeeded Mr. Myles Lee as Chief Executive

   

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25/12/2013

China Resources Cement announces resignation of VP

Mr. Yu Zhongliang to leave the company effective January 1, 2014

   

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23/12/2013

Bolivia: Coboce faces labor issues

300 workers of the company hold vigil in front of government agency

 

   

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23/12/2013

TCL executive bags plum

Parasram Heerah recognized as a senior fellow by the Association of Certified Accountants (ACCA) Caribbean

 

   

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18/12/2013

India: Dalmia Bharat appoints Group CEO – Cement

Mahendra Singhi as Group CEO – Cement

   

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13/12/2013

Australia: Adelaide Brighton CEO steps down

Mark Chellew to be succeeded by Martin Brydon

   

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12/12/2013

Russia: Sibcem has no legal grounds to re-elect Board of Directors

There are no legal grounds to re-elect the Board of Directors of OJSC Holding Company Sibcem

 

   

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10/12/2013

Executive resigns from Semapa board

Resignation of Maude Queiroz Pereira seen putting an end to internal squabbling

 

   

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09/12/2013

Suez Cement inks new agreement with labor union

Agreement comes with new rules for employee shifts, among others

 

   

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