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25/11/2014

Hanson Cement facility in UK starts recovering

New production line is underway

   

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25/11/2014

Tanzania to boost cement output

Seven new plants to start operations

   

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25/11/2014

FLSmidth to supply cement production line for Cemex

Cemex explands plant in Texas, USA

   

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25/11/2014

Kwanza Sul Cement Factory in Angola to expand production

Plant to add a second production line

   

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24/11/2014

Dong Lam Cement Plant in Vietnam to start operations

New plant’s capacity to be further expanded

   

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24/11/2014

Iran completes new plant in Venezuela

Plant in Cerro Azul began commercial operations

   

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24/11/2014

Indonesia’s Semen Baturaja to get bank loans for new plant

Works for the new plant in South Sumatra to begin early next year

   

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24/11/2014

Siam Cement begins works at new plant in Myanmar

Plant to begin operations in 2016

   

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23/11/2014

ARM Cement boosts investment in plants across East Africa

Kenya's ARM Cement to complete grinding plant in Tanga in 2015

   

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23/11/2014

IBN approves FDI proposal for new cement plant in Nepal

Reliance Group proposed investment in the cement plant three months ago

   

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