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Sep 2018
Indian cement makers struggle with Pakistani competition

Situation is worst in border states and Kerala

24

Sep 2018
Iran produces more cement this year

Production increased during the five months between March 21 and August 21

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Sep 2018
Petcoke importers in China turning to alternative suppliers

Traders mostly acquired the material from the US

21

Sep 2018
Baltic Dry Index still on a downward spiral

In the week from September 7 to 14, all the major shipping indices continued to slip compared to the previous week.

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Sep 2018
World cement demand tempered by China’s slowdown; outlook remains cautious

Global cement consumption is projected to decline marginally to 4.05 billion tons in 2018, according to CW Research’s 2H2018 update of the Global Cement Volume Forecast Report (GCVFR).

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Sep 2018
World cement demand tempered by China’s slowdown; outlook remains cautious

Global cement consumption is projected to decline marginally to 4.05 billion tons in 2018, according to CW Research’s 2H2018 update of the Global Cement Volume Forecast Report (GCVFR).

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Sep 2018
World cement demand tempered by China’s slowdown; outlook remains cautious

Global cement consumption is projected to decline marginally to 4.05 billion tons in 2018, according to CW Research’s 2H2018 update of the Global Cement Volume Forecast Report (GCVFR).

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Sep 2018
World cement demand tempered by China’s slowdown; outlook remains cautious

Global cement consumption is projected to decline marginally to 4.05 billion tons in 2018, according to CW Research’s 2H2018 update of the Global Cement Volume Forecast Report (GCVFR).

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Sep 2018
DG Khan Cement posts higher net profit in 2017-18

Company has also improved its revenue during the fiscal year ending June 30

20

Sep 2018
Tajikistan exports more cement in January-August 2018

Bulk of exports were to Uzbekistan

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Sep 2018
UK: Construction activity in Scotland surges in second quarter

The government has no further infrastructure projects to follow up

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