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16/12/2014

Kuwait’s Ghazal Insurance to set up new cement plant

Ghazal Insurance to diversify its investments

   

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15/12/2014

Cement project in DR Congo receives loan

Project is sponsored by JV between Lucky Cement and Groupe Rawji

   

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14/12/2014

Spanish Cementos Cosmos boosts clinker production

Plant resorted to exporting clinker to maintain activity levels

   

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14/12/2014

Malaysia’s CIMA opens second plant in Seremban

Company more than doubled production in Seremban

   

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14/12/2014

Sarbottam Cement begins clinker production at plant in Nepal

Plant in Nawalparasi begins operations

   

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14/12/2014

Austrian company halts cement plant construction in Russia

Atrus Cement put project on hold indefinitely

   

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12/12/2014

New cement plant to open next week in Venezuela

President of Venezuela announced opening of new facility

   

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12/12/2014

Investors wanted for new cement plant in Russia

Construction for new plant to start in 2016

   

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12/12/2014

Peru’s second largest cement company to complete new plant in 2015

Construction of Piura plant to be complete in July 2015

   

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12/12/2014

Russian Rostelecom deploys telecommunications infrastructure for cement plant

Asia Cement’s new plant has access to Rostelecom’s SIP-telephony

   

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