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Higher overseas purchases, together with low winter demand, caused stockpiles to grow

Top stories from the previous week, from cement consumption in Portugal reaching a six-year high in 2019, to Ghana banning cement capacity additions and imports

Data for January 31

Cement shipments recorded a solid increase

South Africa’s exports reached over 70 million tons in 2019


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19 February 2020

Costa Rica approves new cement tax

The tax will be imposed on both domestically-produced and imported cement

18 February 2020

Australian farmers expect grain domestic demand to increase

Production is expected to continue growing over the next decade

18 February 2020

New expanded vessel launched in Ukraine

The vessel was extended by over 20 meters

18 February 2020

Brazil’s port cargo throughput fall in 2019

Decrease in ore shipments had a significant effect on volumes

18 February 2020

Porto Murtinho port terminal begins operations

The private terminal is only expected to begin operating in March

18 February 2020

Uncertainty over US - China trade deal boosts Brazil’s grain sales

Sales to China have dropped year-on-year

18 February 2020

Shi.E.L.D Services secures Guinea transshipment contract

The company will be handling a bulker for mineral exports

Nippon Steel to close part of its production capacity
Steel demand has been slowing down significantly
17 Feb
17 Feb
Port of Slavyanka to receive investment for expansion
The project is part of the Primorye-2 international transport corridor
17 Feb
Coronavirus to boost South32’s prices
Company’s profits tanked in 2H2019
17 Feb
Europe's coal prices reach weekly high
Front-quarter API 2 contract rose over USD 1
17 Feb
18 Feb
Porto Murtinho port terminal begins operations
The private terminal is only expected to begin operating in March
18 Feb
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