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16/11/2014

Bolivia’s President dismisses cement plant construction

Work was postponed indefinitely

   

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13/11/2014

Tajik-Chinese cement plant to import equipment from China

New plant to start operations in April 2015

   

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13/11/2014

Dangote’s new cement plant in Cameroon to be commissioned this year

The start of operations has been delayed several times

   

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13/11/2014

Mines in Cienfuegos, Cuba have enough reserves for cement plant

Mine supplies the Karl Marx cement plant

   

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12/11/2014

Tajikistan requests tax exemption for equipment at new plant

Investments in the plant are expected to rise in the near future

   

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12/11/2014

Venezuela developing new mini plant in Yaracuy state

Plant developed in partnership with India

   

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12/11/2014

Dangote cement plant in Mtwara to start production in June next year

Construction being performed by SINOMA

   

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04/11/2014

Nigeria’s Dangote to build coal-fired plant in Tanzania

Facility to power cement plant currently under construction.

   

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04/11/2014

Cement plant in Kazakhstan adds second production line

New line to produce high-quality cement

   

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04/11/2014

Egypt's Arabian Cement and Spain's Cementos La Union enter joint venture

New cement grinding facility to be established in Northwest Brazil

   

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