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  1. India: Railway freight increase imminent

    in an economy just starting to flourish again, this setback will affect these industries profit margin. Likely forcing price hikes in their businesses, adding to the countryÔÇÖs overall inflation rates. The Railways are looking to move 944 million tons...

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  2. India: Railway freight increase imminent

    in an economy just starting to flourish again, this setback will affect these industries profit margin. Likely forcing price hikes in their businesses, adding to the countryÔÇÖs overall inflation rates. The Railways are looking to move 944 million tons...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Shipping & logistics
  3. Vietnam cement prices may rice on costlier inputs

    prices due to higher input costs, a report from Vietnam Business Finance News said. National cement maker Vicem said hikes in electricity, coal, petrol and oil, and packaging price have increased production costs for every ton of cement 100,000-120,000...

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  4. Indian cement growth slows to 6.34% in February

    India's cement industry grew at its slowest pace since November of 2009 as local demand for cement decreased amidst price hikes and a temporary labor shortage, a report from the Business Standard said. Cement dispatches grew 6.34% year on year to 17.11...

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  5. Cement price hikes related to excise duty

    Indian cement makers hike product prices by at least Rs.10 per bag to counteract the excise duty imposed by the government. [$]     (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"1,2,3,4,5","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid...

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  6. Ethiopian cement prices up after imports stop

    Government stay on imported cement blamed for hikes, as vendors say local production unable to fill demand. [$]   (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...

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  7. Cement prices in Jamaica rise

    Local prices increase as Caribbean Cement hikes fees on higher input costs. [$] (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 prices in Jamaica are on its way up...

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  8. UAE cement prices continue to fluctuate

    Local cement prices continue to vary despite government directive to halt cement 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"}] Local manufacturers in the UAE...

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  9. Algerian cement prices rise after Zahana plant closure

    up prices due to the countrys current inability to fill demand, even as imports remain short of target volume. The price hikes have further dampened an already slow housing sector and has frustrated contractors to stop operations on some projects, the...

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  10. Jamaican cement hikes jack up construction costs

    Local companies attribute increase to higher input costs, as domestic cement prices rise. (CW Group) A recent price increase implemented by local cement manufacturers is pushing Jamaican construction costs up, a report from the Financial Gleaner said....

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  11. Nigeria studying ways to trim local cement prices

    Government looking at tax perks for local producers, tariff hikes on imports to lower contract prices. [$] (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 Nigerian...

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  12. Jamaica: Tariff hikes will hinder industry growth

    Jamaica's Incorporated Master Builders Association (IMBA) expects the construction industry to fall as prices rise. (CW Group) As Caribbean Cement Company raises the price of cement, Jamaica's Incorporated Master Builders Association expects the...

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    • Category: Markets & Competition
  13. High material, land costs delay Morroco housing push

    MoroccoÔÇÖs new social housing plan lags as price hikes and lack of available land hinder development. [$] (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"1,2,3,4,5","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}] Developers,...

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    • Category: Markets & Competition
  14. Honduran gov't. to talk to cement makers about prices

    discussions with local industry groups as cement and iron rod prices continue to rise, a report from La Tribuna said. The hikes have negatively affected the local construction segment, and the government wants to clarification at the rate at which these...

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  15. Tariff hikes may slow down Indonesia cement market

    PT Semen Gresik says impending energy and electricity hikes may hinder local cement industry growth, as government looks to reduce subsidy bills. [$] (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"1,2,3,4,5","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid...

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  16. Egypt's cement prices rise

    Egyptian cement manufacturers all raised their per-ton cement prices, sparking government concerns on validity of price hikes. [$] (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"1,2,3,4,5","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid...

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  17. Prices unaffected after Polish cement cartel revealed

    consult[ing] each other on price.ÔÇØ Now, some construction companies look to regain losses acquired during the price hikes. Although ÔÇ£individual construction of the house, people probably do not dare to [engage in] expensive litigation over the loss...

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  18. Dominican Republic: Builders oppose cement hike

    this year, as a cement price increase may further weaken an already anemic domestic construction market. Recent price hikes have seen the contract price of local cement rise 15% to RD$250.00 per bag. Dominguez said the government must protect the...

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  19. Higher costs may drive up Yucatan cement prices

    of the Mexican Chamber of Construction Industry (CMIC) in Yucatan, increases in freight charges as a result of fuel hikes and higher income taxes was bound to affect contract prices of cement in the region. Despite this, the group remains bullish about...

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  20. Higher costs may drive up Yucatan cement prices

    of the Mexican Chamber of Construction Industry (CMIC) in Yucatan, increases in freight charges as a result of fuel hikes and higher income taxes was bound to affect contract prices of cement in the region. Despite this, the group remains bullish about...

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    • Category: Shipping & logistics

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