Cimpor is seen to post a 10.7 per cent annual drop in the first-half of 2008 net profit to EUR117.6m, estimates of five analysts polled by Reuters and cited by Jornal de Negocios showed on August 25,
Russian real estate firm RTM said on Monday it was replacing General Director Eduard Vyrypayev after selling a large stake to new investors.
Shenzhen-listed Tangshan Jidong Cement Co, Ltd reported CNY 2.232bn revenue for the first half of 2008, surging 39.59% YoY.
Portuguese industrial conglomerate Semapa closed the first half of 2008 with a net profit of EUR55.7m (US$82.7m), down 22 per cent YoY,
Pakistan’s biggest cement maker, Lucky Cement, posted a better-than-expected 5.1 per cent rise in its full-year net profit on Thursday.
Australian cement producer Adelaide Brighton Ltd Managing Director Mark Chellew said the group would look at the Humes concrete pipes business that Cemex is looking to sell.
Holcim Ltd said Wednesday that The Capital Group Cos., Inc. holds slightly more than 5% of its voting rights.
Boral Ltd’s full year net profit has dropped 18.6 per cent, dragged down by an earnings loss at its US business, which is likely to worsen this year on that country’s ongoing housing slump
Adelaide Brighton Ltd has announced the retirement of director David Barro from its board, effective today.
Thai producer TPI Polene plans to set aside a THB6.9bn (US$204m) loss provision in the third quarter for a fine stemming from a stock manipulation conviction
CRH plc, the international building materials group, announces the appointment of Mr. Glenn Culpepper as Group finance director designate.
Egypt’s Amreya Cement posted a net profit of E£193.8m (US$36.4m) in the first half of 2008, a 83 per cent rise on the previous year, the stock exchange said on Thursday.
Portugal’s stock market regulator CMVM decided to start again the investigation of the possible coordination between shareholders of local producer Cimpor from 2001
Colombia’s largest cement company, Cementos Argos SA , Wednesday sold COP70bn (US$38m) worth of commercial notes, said Bancolombia’s (CIB) investment bank, which handled the sale.
Egypt’s Misr Beni Suef Cement posted an 0.8 percent decline in net profit in the first half of 2008 to E£150.5m (US$28.4m), the stock exchange said on Tuesday.
Cement supplier Lafarge has posted an 18.5 per cent profits rise as cost-cutting and acquisitions cushioned the blow of construction market gloom.