India Cement & Construction Materials journal

India Cement and Construction Materials Journal - Issue 44

The 44th issue of ICCM analyzes how the Indian cement industry is incorporating green technology and paving its way towards sustainability and the production of green cement. Ahmad Al-Rousan, Secretary General of the Arab Union for Cement and Building Materials, discusses how oil prices, terrorism and the global economic crisis are impacting construction projects in the region. CW Research analyzes the global cement consumption landscape over the first half of 2018 and explains how the shrinking Chinese cement demand, coupled with the latest trade and geopolitical events, is bound to shape global cement demand in the coming years. ICCM also looks back on the evolution of cement prices over the third quarter of the year, which were supported by an overall healthy economic environment.

 

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Leaders Q&A: Ahmad Al-Rousan

Eng. Ahmad Al-Rousan discusses the evolution of the Arab Union for Cement and Building Materials throughout the years, and assesses how oil prices, terrorism and the global economic crisis are impacting construction projects in the region

Insight Analysis: Can Indian cement be green?

As the Indian cement industry aims to compete even further in international markets, and as the government tightens emission regulations, how can the road towards sustainability benefit manufacturers?

Insight Analysis: Strong global economy boosts cement prices in 3Q 2018

World cement prices displayed an improving trend over the third quarter, supported by an overall healthy economic environment. Trade protectionism and geopolitical tensions can nonetheless prove challenging in the medium term

CW Research: Global cement consumption to soften on Chinese slowdown

With economic growth fading out in some markets and improving in others, the overall macroeconomic scenario is moving towards a cloudier period. Cement demand will continue to grow outside China, but at a slower pace

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