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Lafarge signs two deals to manage RDF platforms in Egypt

Lafarge Industrial Ecology (Ecocem) has signed two major contracts to manage and operate existing refuse-derived fuel (RDF) platforms in Suez and Qalyubeya, Egypt. It includes a 10-year agreement to renovate and upgrade the platfo

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Lafarge signs two deals to manage RDF platforms in Egypt

Lafarge Industrial Ecology (Ecocem) has signed two major contracts to manage and operate existing refuse-derived fuel (RDF) platforms in Suez and Qalyubeya, Egypt. It includes a 10-year agreement to renovate and upgrade the platfo

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Lafarge wants cement insider as CEO in Holcim tie-up

Lafarge boss Bruno Lafont wants someone with experience of the cement industry to be chief executive in the French group's planned tie-up with Swiss peer Holcim, daily newspaper Le Monde said. The choice of CEO for what would

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Giant cement groups set for key merger

Switzerland's Holcim and France's Lafarge have agreed new terms for their plan to create the world's top cement firm, giving unhappy shareholders in the Swiss firm a better deal but leaving a key leadership question unanswered.

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BASF, Lafarge to set up Iraq construction chemicals JV

BASF, one of the world’s leading producers of construction chemicals, has joined hands with cement and concrete materials leader Lafarge to set up a new plant for the production and marketing of construction chemicals in the autonomous Ira

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Cement giants in key merger talks

The world's two largest cement makers, Lafarge and Holcim, are in advanced talks to merge into a company with a stock market value of more than $50 billion in what would be the industry's biggest ever tie-up. The discussio

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French groups to sell $452m UK assets to Mittal

Cement maker Lafarge and miner Anglo American have agreed to sell British assets for up to £285 million ($452 million) to Indian steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal, thus clearing the way for a building materials joint venture in the country.

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Dubai Group 'eyes stake sale in Lafarge venture'

Dubai Group is in talks to sell its 45 per cent stake in a joint venture firm with cement maker Lafarge, two sources familiar with the matter said, as the state investment vehicle sells assets to repay its $10 billion debt pile. L

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Lafarge suspends production in Egypt

French group Lafarge, the world's biggest cement producer, has halted production in Egypt because of the worsening political crisis in the country. "There is not really any economic activity in Egypt at the present time, so we have adapted

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Lafarge unit says may bid for new licence

Lafarge Egypt may bid for one of eight new cement licences to be offered by the government this year, depending on energy prices, locations and other terms on offer, the company said on Tuesday. "We are interested in boosting our productio

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