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  • CemWeek reports from CBI Africa cement conference
    CemWeek had the opportunity to support and participate at the Cement Business & Industry (CBI) Africa conference and exhibition, organized in South Africa on June 25-26. The meeting attracted some of the most representative players in the cement industry, which have taken the opportunity to meet and exchange ideas,
    18 August 2015
  • Madagascar poised for recovery
    The Madagascar cement industry is expecting to see a slight improvement in market conditions, based on a stabilization of the political outlook brought about by the presidential elections of late 2013 which put an end to a political crisis that has been clogging the economy for several years.
    18 August 2015
  • CW Advisory focus: African cement markets
    According to CW Advisory, the African cement business is facing a challenging medium-term outlook, as additional cement capacities are planned or already on the way. One of the most pressing questions for the industry is whether the market is really prepared to absorb the increased output. As prices will be subjected to even higher pressures, producers will have to squeeze efficiencies...
    18 August 2015
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