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16/10/2014

Semen Indonesia fulfills legal aspects for new cement plant

New plant in Apex to start production in 2016

   

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16/10/2014

New cement company to build plant in Nigeria

Company secured credit facility from the EXIM Bank, China

   

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15/10/2014

Semen Indonesia gets approval for new cement plant

Legal challenge launched by an environmental group

   

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15/10/2014

Congo’s SONOCC to complete expansion of Loutété plant

Works began in May 2013

   

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15/10/2014

India’s JSW Cement aims to undertake exploratory drilling in Karnataka

Company plans to set up new cement plant in Chittapur

   

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14/10/2014

Russia’s JSC Iskitimcement to start production of cement for transport construction

Company started improvements in early spring

   

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14/10/2014

Egyptian Al-Arish cement factory adds new production line

Addition of new capacity expected to be completed in 2015

   

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13/10/2014

Cement plant construction in Vietnam long delayed

Government supports the completion of the project

   

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13/10/2014

Only cement plant in Russia’s Arkhangelsk region is on the verge of closing

Company gave assurances that the plant is undergoing modernizations

   

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13/10/2014

Egypt’s Suez Cement to invest in Torah 2 cement plant

Company closed its Torah 1 plant

   

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