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  1. Companies increase cement prices to maintain operations

    production base notes stable cement sales but expresses concern for smaller neighboring factories. Overall, the price hikes have been effective, yet November market demand has decreased due to environmental policies.[/PAID] Copyright CW Group. All...

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    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  2. Huazhi Paper increases specialty paper prices

    Pulp price hikes force Huazhi Paper intervention (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"9,10,11","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}]In a recent update from Yahoo! Stock, Huazhi Paper announces a 10 percent...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Asia
  3. Norske Skog's Golbey project

    to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}]Norske Skog faces adjustments in its Golbey paper mill conversion, tackling price hikes and supply constraints. Initiated in 2020, the ambitious project aims to reshape the French factory's PM1 newsprint machine into a...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Europe & Central Asia
  4. Korean companies thrive amid construction recession

    However, the future outlook is cautious due to the anticipated "inverse base effect," offsetting the impact of price hikes. Cement companies, which have strategically raised prices by 20-25 percent to counter rising international raw material costs, may...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition
  5. Vietnamese cement companies struggle

    Cement manufacturers grapple with weakened demand amid power price hikes (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"1,2,3,4,5","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}]Cement companies are navigating through production...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition
  6. Cement prices surge in Anhui

    rise, with Shandong and Henan nearing the winter demand peak, contributing to tightening supplies and further cement price hikes. As of October 25, bulk cement prices in Anhui saw a 20 yuan/ton increase, followed by a similar surge in bagged cement...

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    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  7. Cement prices plateau amid rising costs in Korea

    Electricity hikes and construction slowdown dent cement profitability (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"1,2,3,4,5","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}]The cement industry is grappling with a dimming impact...

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    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  8. Cement price to remain stable in Turkey until March 2024

    announced the commitment of the Turkish Cement Manufacturers Association and its member organizations to refrain from price hikes and strive for prompt reductions, a pledge valid until 2024. In a social media post, Bolat shared his meeting with Adil...

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    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  9. Vicat Cement shows robust 9-month growth

    all regions, achieving a remarkable 11.2 percent increase in sales. This outstanding performance was underpinned by price hikes and increased cement volumes. During the initial three quarters of 2023, the Group's total sales amounted to €2,960 million,...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Financial
  10. Zimbabwe eases cement imports amid soaring prices

    The government relaxed cement import restrictions in response to price hikes (CW Group) The Zimbabwean government has announced that individuals and companies with free funds are now permitted to import cement as a response to the escalating prices....

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    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  11. Competition Commission of India to conduct a market study on cement sector

    the driving forces behind the fluctuations in cement prices. Notably, in September, several cement companies announced price hikes of 12 to 13 percent, citing increased production costs. With the rainy season drawing to a close, there is potential for a...

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    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  12. Cement in Guangxi undergoes pricing adjustments

    Market reacts to weather challenges and price hikes (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"1,2,3,4,5","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}]Reports from China Cement suggest that the recent inclement weather in...

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    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  13. Resilient US consumer drives transpacific container rebound

    force behind this demand recovery is the resilience of the American consumer, who continues to spend despite interest rate hikes and persistent inflation. Retail experts believe that moderate growth will persist as consumers prioritize value and...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: News
  14. Jiangsu and Shanghai cement prices rise

    during the "Golden Nine and Silver Ten" peak construction season, weak market demand has limited the room for cement price hikes. Local industry insiders in Jiangsu note that, despite calls for a 20 CNY per ton increase, cement prices in Suzhou have...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  15. Pakistan's economic shift impacts cement industry

    Drastic gas price hikes set to reshape Pakistan's economic landscape (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"1,2,3,4,5","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}]In a move with far-reaching consequences, Pakistan's...

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    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  16. Cement prices rise in Korea

    war and the potential impact of the Israel-Palestine conflict on key building materials, particularly cement. Recent price hikes in the cement industry have made it challenging for further increases. According to the Korea Resources Information Service...

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    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  17. China boosts eucalyptus pulp prices

    recently announced new increases in eucalyptus fiber prices for November, marking the sixth month of successive price hikes in China and the third month in Europe and North America. These price increments range from USD 50 to USD 80 per ton, reflecting...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: China
  18. Cement prices rise amid demand surge in India

    of cartelization have plagued cement manufacturers for years, with accusations of market manipulation and unwarranted price hikes. Builders and contractors' associations have continuously voiced their concerns, but little has changed. Gaurav Agarwala of...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  19. Cement sector anticipates growth in Mexico

    12.0 percent year-on-year increase in sales, despite certain regions experiencing volume declines, which are offset by price hikes. In the United States, the residential sector's weakness may lead to a volume drop in the third quarter, but prices are...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition
  20. Suzano raises global pulp prices

    Price hikes reflect robust demand in China and Europe (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"9,10,11","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}]Suzano (BVMF:SUZB3) has announced a price increase for pulp, starting in...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Global

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