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Cement market, construction investments growing r...
A favourable macroeconomic outlook – aided by a growing population, infrastructure investments and rising consumption – is driving the expansion of Nigeria’s cement market, with a number of large...
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Eskom seeks to double Ugandan business
Kampala - The Ugandan unit of South African utility Eskom, which manages plants generating almost half of the East African nation’s electricity, said it wants more than double the capacity it runs in...
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Holcim and Lafarge cement deal
dealUpdated: 21:30, Monday April 7, 2014 Swiss cement group Holcim and French rival Lafarge are to merge, creating a dominant supplier of cement for concrete to the global...
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100 weeks of Scotland: birthplace of geology
THE eastern coast of Scotland, between Dunbar and St Abbs Head, is a windy, rugged and beautiful part of the country, so different from the sea lochs and islands of the west coast. It has a bleak...
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FG Sets to Eliminate 32.5 Grade of Cement
The federal government may finally scrap the 32.5 grade of cement and adopt the higher 42.5 grade as the minimum to be produced and distributed in the country, THISDAY has learnt. This is coming on...
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Developers say Funding for Waterfront Hotel Secur...
Updated: 03/26/2014 11:01 PM Created: 03/26/2014 10:49 PM WDIO.com By: Zach Hammer firstname.lastname@example.org The group looking to build a multimillion dollar development on Duluth's waterfront announced...
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