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  • India cement sector set to build momentum, accelerate into 2015
    Cement Companies
    CW Group forecasts 2014 global growth to accelerate to 4.2 percent and consumption to reach 4.21 billion tons, up from 3.9 percent forecasted in February this year. We anticipate that renewed confidence in construction market conditions will positively affect the general global outlook, annual consumption reaching 4.8 billion tons by 2018.
    28 September 2014
  • Navigating the Razor's Edge: Anti-trust in the Global Cement Sector
    CW Research GCTPR Q2 2014
    No doubt, coordinated industrial activity can be good for the cement sector and ensure efficient allocation of capital that in emerging markets can help stop a drain on the foreign account, build domestic value, add capability and create jobs on a large scale. However, antitrust authorities in many markets have followed developments with a watchful...
    21 September 2014
  • Solid economic development for Malaysia
    CW Research GCTPR Q2 2014
    Malaysia is a federal constitutional monarchy and the last four decades’ relative political stability has fueled a solid economic development. Malaysia’s GPD jumped 4.7 percent in 2013 and is expected to further expand with a 5.0 percent compound annual growth rate by 2018.
    17 September 2014
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