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In the first half of 2019, cement demand recorded conflicting trends across selected markets, according to CW Research’s Cement Country Market Data reporting.

In the second quarter of 2019, world gray cement ex-works prices continued to display mixed trends across geographies, declining in China, yet surging in the Middle East, according to the 2Q2019 update of CW Research’s Global Cement Trade Price Report (GCTPR).

According to CW Research’s Cement and Clinker Price Assessments for Mediterranean Basin and Persian Gulf, FOB prices for both commodities recorded conflicting trends across regions in June 2019.

In the first quarter of 2019, global gray cement ex-works prices showed wide regional variation, contracting in South America, but recording solid growth in China, according to the 1Q2019 update of CW Research’s Global Cement Trade Price Report (GCTPR).

Iraq’s cement consumption is forecast to increase to over 30 million tons by 2024, according to CW Research’s 2019 update of the Iraq Cement Market Report.

The global cement bagging equipment market value is projected to drop to USD 154 million by 2024, according to CW Research’s World Cement Bag & Bagging Equipment Industry and Forecast Report.

In 2018, the total number of active cement carriers surpassed 360 units, with the total dead weight tonnage topping 2.7 million, the highest figure recorded since 2010.

Between 2019 and 2024, the total volume of sea-based traded cementitious materials is forecast to reach almost 180 million tons, according to CW Research’s 2019 update of the World Cement, Clinker & Slag Sea-Based Trade Report.

Global cement consumption can contract to 4.01 billion tons in 2050, according to CW Research’s long-term forecast available in the 1H2019 update of the Global Cement Volume Forecast Report (GCVFR).

Global cement capacity is projected to remain flat between 2018 and 2023, according to CW Research’s 1H2019 update of the Global Cement Volume Forecast Report (GCVFR).

World cement consumption is forecast to decrease marginally to 4 billion tons in 2019, according to CW Research’s 1H2019 update of the Global Cement Volume Forecast Report (GCVFR).

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