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In the latest issue of India Cement & Construction Materials journal, we address Trends in the pricing of cement and clinker for the next quarter. We also take a look at India’s great underused resource – Fly ash and the Kuwait cement consumption and expansion
In the latest issue of India Cement & Construction Materials journal, we address the increasing investment on infrastructure in India. We also take a look at the Sri Lanka cement consumption and the expansion of the Bangladeshi cement market. Additionally, readers can stay up-to-date on the latest industry developments.
In the latest issue of ICCM, we speak with Mahendra Singhi, the CEO of Dalmia Cement who shares the success of the company and outlook for 2017. We also address the expectations for the cement industry in India in 2017and we take a look at petcoke supply and demand trends through 2021 with the forecast prepared by CW Research. Additionally, readers can stay up-to-date on the latest industry developments.
ICCM magazine addresses the expectations for the cement industry in 2017, the sea-based transportation of cementitious products and the perspective of Ravinder Reddy on the impact that the new budget will have on the cement industry. Additionally, readers can stay up-to-date on the latest industry developments.
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