Public spending to drive US cement growth

Published 03 May 2022

Tagged Under: USA economy construction PCA 

Following a turbulent start to the decade, PCA looks ahead to what the US cement sector can expect in terms of economic revival and the factors determining a possible upswing in cement demand in the 2022-24 period. By Ed Sullivan, PCA, USA.

While the retreat of COVID-19 is expected to repair the supply chain, US Federal Reserve actions will be

required to support the domestic construction market and the cement industry in the next few years (Image credit: rhobes)

Despite all the social and economic turmoil generated by the COVID-19 pandemic during the past two years, the United States cement industry sustained gains in consumption and has now recorded 12 years of uninterrupted growth.

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