Lafarge:Number of Shares Composing the Share Capital and Total Number of Voting Rights

Wed Jan 9, 2013 8:00am EST

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PARIS--(Business Wire)--
Regulatory News: 

Statement in compliance with articles L233-8-II of the code of commerce and
223-16 of the general regulation of the financial markets authority (AMF -
Autorité des Marchés Financiers)

 Date                Number of shares composing the share capital     Total number of voting rights                                                  
 31 December 2012    287,255,502                                      theoretical number of voting rights: 400,106,825                               
                                                                      number of voting rights exercisable at shareholders` meetings(*): 399,949,542  

(*) Number of voting rights exercisable at shareholders` meetings = theoretical
number of voting rights (i.e. total number of voting rights attached to the
shares composing the share capital) - number of shares whose voting rights have
been suspended. 

Located in 64 countries with 68,000 employees, Lafarge (Paris:LG) is a world
leader in building materials, with top-ranking positions in its Cement,
Aggregates & Concrete businesses. In 2011, Lafarge posted sales of 15.3 billion
Since 2010, the Lafarge Group has been part of the Dow Jones Sustainability
World Index, the first global sustainability benchmark, in recognition of its
sustainable development actions. With the world`s leading building materials
research facility, Lafarge places innovation at the heart of its priorities,
working for sustainable construction and architectural creativity.
Additional information is available on the web site at

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Eric de Riedmatten: +33 (0) 1 44 34 19 47
Mélanie Coviaux: +33(0) 1 44 34 18 18
Caroline Winkler: +33(0) 1 44 34 11 70

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