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19/02/2014

Palestine to build first cement plant

India based HOLTEC will prepare a feasibility study for the project

 

   

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18/02/2014

Lafarge finishes installation of new power unit in Russia

Firm tapped GlobalElektroServis to install grid connections for its kiln in Kaluga regionPremium Content

 

   

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17/02/2014

Vietnam nixes cement license on delays

Permission has been withdrawn for Roli cement projectPremium Content

   

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14/02/2014

CIMAF to build plant in Congo

Firm will spend 20 billion CFA francs to fund the projectPremium Content

 

   

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13/02/2014

Gazakh Cement to expand production

Company plans to increase production to 3 mm tonsPremium Content

 

   

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13/02/2014

Canada: Opposition questions wisdom of cement plant investment

Authorities in Quebec had earlier proposed to help fund $350 mm to build new cement plant in Gaspe region

 

   

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12/02/2014

Athi River to add cement plant in Kenya

Cement maker eyeing Kitui County for $400 mm plantPremium Content

 

   

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12/02/2014

Brazil's Paraná grants incentives to new cement plant

Cement plant will be built in Adrianopolis, create thousands of new jobsPremium Content

 

   

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11/02/2014

ACC has new blending unit in India

Firm says new plant in Udupi capable of blending 30,000 tons per month

 

   

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11/02/2014

New cement plant to rise in Bolivia

Government says plant in Oruro will cost $306 mm

 

   

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