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Fri, Sep 23 2016

UPDATE 1-Mexico's Cemex fires two executives over Colombia land deal

MEXICO CITY, Sept 23 Mexican cement maker Cemex said on Friday it had dismissed two senior Cemex Latam executives over suspect payments worth some $20 million relating to a land deal in Colombia.

BRIEF-Cemex says 2016 EBITDA for assets sold about $33 mln - SEC filing

* Says 2016 EBITDA for assets sold to Eagle Materials is estimated to be $33 mln

BRIEF-Eagle Materials announces deal to acquire Cemex's Fairborn cement plant

* Eagle Materials Inc. announces a definitive agreement to acquire Cemex's Fairborn cement plant and related assets

Cemex to sell some of its U.S. assets for $306 million

Mexico's Cemex , one of the world's largest cement producers, on Monday said it had agreed to sell some of its U.S. assets to Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua , or GCC, for $306 million.

Cemex to sell some of its U.S. assets for $306 mln

Aug 29 Mexico's Cemex, one of the world's largest cement producers, on Monday said it had agreed to sell some of its U.S. assets to Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua , or GCC, for $306 million.

BRIEF-Cemex agrees to sell some of its U.S. assets to GCC

* Cemex and GCC agree on terms and conditions for sale of certain U.S. assets

BRIEF-Teamsters says Cemex and Central Concrete reach tentative agreement

* Offer includes "significant wage and benefit increases while holding fast on other terms and conditions that employers attempted to modify"

BRIEF-Cemex and Kosmos Cement Company have voluntarily entered into a settlemt with the EPA

* Cemex and its affiliate, Kosmos Cement Company, have voluntarily entered into a settlemt with the EPA

Mexico's Cemex has $400 million of non-productive assets it could sell

MONTERREY Mexico's Cemex still has around $400 million of non-productive assets identified that it could sell as part of its divestment plan, Chief Executive Fernando Gonzalez said on Wednesday.

Mexico's Cemex to slash debt faster as profit beats expectations

Mexico's Cemex, one of the world's largest cement producers, on Wednesday said it aims to cut debt over the next two years more than it previously planned as it reported that its quarterly profit unexpectedly surged by 81 percent.

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