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Jun 2016
Cement and clinker price marker: Persian Gulf-Arabian Sea and East Africa (June)

Cement and clinker price marker: Persian Gulf-Arabian Sea and East Africa (June)

On a monthly basis, cement FOB prices registered a 7+ percent MoM decrease inPersian Gulf-Arabian Sea region, while export prices...

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Jun 2016
Cement and clinker price marker: Mediterranean Basin (June)

Cement and clinker price marker: Mediterranean Basin (June)

Med Basin FOB prices for prompt deliveries of bulk ordinary Portland cement registered a 4+ percent increase MoM, according to...

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