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Anhui Conch Cement's Long Position In West China Cement Rises To 24.0% - HKEX Filing
Anhui Conch Cement Appoints General Manager
JPMorgan Chase & Co's Long Position In Anhui Conch Cement Falls To 4.85% - HKEX Filing
Anhui Conch Cement Co Ltd is a China-based company principally engaged in production and sale of cement, commodity clinker and aggregate. The Company’s main cement products included 32.5-grade cement, 42.5-grade cement and 52.5-grade cement, which are widely used in construction projects of large-scale national infrastructures such as railways, expressways, airports and hydraulic power as well as urban property, cement products and the rural markets. The Company distributes its products within domestic market and to overseas markets.
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No.39 Wenhua Road
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When the sun comes up in Beijing on Oct. 1, the Chinese government will aim to celebrate its 70th birthday under a brilliant blue sky - and factory bosses hope they can get through it without blanket closures.
At its massive Baimashan plant near the Yangtze river in eastern China, cement giant Anhui Conch <600585.SS> has invested the best part of $10 million in new equipment to capture and store climate-warming greenhouse gas produced by its kilns.
On a windswept steppe in southwestern Kazakhstan, the new Chinese-backed cement plant on the outskirts of the village of Shieli stands as a gleaming symbol to some of the Central Asian country's industrialization.
* Sector hit by pricing pressures, weak margins (Adds detals on cement capacity in paragraph five)
Indonesia's biggest cement maker Semen Indonesia is buying the local unit of Swiss rival LafargeHolcim for around $917 million, as it seeks to extend its dominant position in Southeast Asia's largest market.
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