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  1. Philippines: Holcim allots P800 mm for 2010 capex

    Cement maker says additional funding in anticipation of higher cement demand this year; first half profits surge. [$] (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"1,2,3,4,5","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}] Swiss...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Financial
  2. Philippines: Holcim allots P800 mm for 2010 capex

    Cement maker says additional funding in anticipation of higher cement demand this year; first half profits surge. [$] (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"12,13,14","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}] Swiss...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Ports & handling
  3. Malaysia: Cement demand seen rising in second half

    Lafarge Malayan expects demand surge with increased project implementation. [$] (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"1,2,3,4,5","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}] Lafarge Malayan Cement Bhd is expecting...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  4. South Africa: Coal production faces decline

    75 million tones. The analysis added that fresh coal mines need to be developed and existing ones expanded to cope with the surge in demand for coal. The Waterberg coal basin, which currently has one coal mine, is poised to become the mainstay of coal...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & trade
  5. Qatar National Cement sees demand surge next year

    to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}] Qatar National Cement Company (QNCC) says it expects cement demand in the country to surge next year, on the back of large scale infrastructure projects, a report from The Gulf Times said. The firm says daily cement...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  6. Egypt: Misr posts rise in profits

    and follows JV with ASEC. (CW Group) Profit figures for EgyptÔÇÖs Misr Cement Qena during the first half of 2010 revealed a surge of 14.2% over the profits posted last year for the same period, reported ArabFinance. The companyÔÇÖs net profit for...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Financial
  7. Uzbekistan cement exports surge almost three-fold

    Country exports 364,000 tons of cement in the first half of the year. [$] (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"1,2,3,4,5","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}] Uzbekistans cement exports has almost tripled in...

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    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  8. Argentina cement demand reach record highs

    tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}] Cement demand in Argentina continues to grow, led by a surge in local residential projects, a report from Instituto de Estadística y Registro de la Industria de la Construcción...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  9. Pakistan: Thatta Cement plans to increase production

    content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}] Anticipating a surge in market demand, Thatta Cement is planning on expanding its production capacity to 900,000 tonnes before the end of FY 2012, reports The News....

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Plant Expansions
  10. Pakistan: Thatta Cement plans to increase production

    content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}] Anticipating a surge in market demand, Thatta Cement is planning on expanding its production capacity to 900,000 tonnes before the end of FY 2012, reports The News....

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Shipping & logistics
  11. Lafarge preparing for IraqÔÇÖs building boom

    content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}] Iraq may be on the brink of a building surge, reports Reuters, and French cement maker Lafarge is already investing in the Iraqi construction sector. Iraq is preparing for...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition
  12. Sinoma profits may jump 50%

    half of 2010. ┬á (CW Group) According to a statement to ShanghaiÔÇÖs stock exchange, Sinoma's first-half net income could surge in excess of 50% from last year. ┬á Part of the increase was attributed to increased cost controls. Copyright CW Group. All...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Financial
  13. China: Reconstruction after floods to spur cement demand

    Cement Corporation, Taiwan-based cement manufacturers with operations in southern and central China, expect cement demand to surge in July as reconstruction surges with the ebbing of flood waters. Taiwan operates in Guangdong and Guangxi Provinces; Asia...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition
  14. Holcim Morocco to double clinker production in 2012

    tons to 860,000 tons and will cost 1.438 billion. The project was launched to meet the growing cement demand and expected surge in public construction. Apart from expanding the companyÔÇÖs production the company also upgraded the environmental...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Plant Expansions
  15. Brazil may face cement shortage

    development. Although new factories are being commissioned the group says that this will not be able to address the surge in demand. To address the problem importation is one of the options being evaluated. Brazil has a zero tariff for cement imports...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  16. Peru: Cement firms to pour in $1.4 bn in next 3 years

    Local firms to build new cement and grinding plants, as demand is expected to surge. [$] (CW Group) [PAID={"id":"1,2,3,4,5","title":"The content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}] Peruvian cement makers are poised...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Plant Expansions
  17. Pakistan: cement co's raise prices

    at Maple Leaf Cement to The News "Furqan Punjani, analyst at the Topline Securities, said the market witnessed 24 per cent surge in the demand during the first 11 months of 2009/10. Owing to an increase in the cost of production, a number of production...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  18. Teixeira Duarte Q1 profits surge on Cimpor stake sale

    you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}] Portugals Teixeira Duarte says its Q1 profits surged 484.6% to 92.3 mm euros on the back of a one time gain from the sale of its Cimpor stake, a report from Economico said. The...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Financial
  19. RSA demand to surge over next decade

    23.1 million tons in 2015. Government and public corporation projects and residential constructions will contribute to this surge in growth. "The residential building construction sector is the largest user of cement in South Africa, accounting for...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  20. Pakistani subsidies threaten EA cement industry

    a result of PakistanÔÇÖs transportation subsidy, noting that East Africa is a key export market due to location and a recent surge in construction. Cement manufacturers in the East African Community (EAC), where local industry struggles to compete...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition

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