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CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V. (CEMEX) is an operating and holding Mexico-based company engaged, directly or indirectly, through its operating subsidiaries, primarily in the production, distribution, marketing and sale of cement, ready-mix concrete, aggregates, clinker and other construction materials throughout the world, and that provides construction-related services to customers and communities in over 50 countries throughout the world. The Company operates in various locations, including Mexico, the United States, Europe, South America, Central America, the Caribbean, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. Its cement production facilities are located in Mexico, the United States, Spain, Egypt, Germany, Colombia, the Philippines, Poland, the Dominican Republic, the United Kingdom, Panama, Puerto Rico, Thailand, Costa Rica and Nicaragua. The Company is a supplier of aggregates, primarily the crushed stone, sand and gravel, used in various forms of construction.
Construction - Raw Materials
Avenida Ricardo Margain Zozaya 325
Colonia Valle del Campestre
Rogelio Zambrano Lozano
Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors
Fernando Angel Gonzalez Olivieri
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Jose Antonio Gonzalez Flores
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President - Finance and Administration
Ricardo Naya Barba
President CEMEX Mexico
Jesus Vicente Gonzalez Herrera
President for CEMEX in South, Central America and the Caribbean, CEMEX's Global Trading
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The coronavirus is putting Egypt's private cement industry under even more pressure.
Mexican cement maker Cemex <CEMEXCPO.MX> said late on Tuesday that it plans to issue $1 billion worth of bonds, with a 7.375% coupon and a maturity date of June 2027, to support ongoing business activities, including debt repayment.
Mexican cement maker Cemex said on Monday that its business may suffer if recent rule changes announced for Mexico's electricity market end up limiting the generation of renewable energy and imposing new costs.
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Shares of Mexican cement maker Cemex rose nearly 5% on Wednesday ahead of the firm's first-quarter results due later in the week and after it informed the local stock exchange that it did not know what had caused its shares to surge in recent days. (Reporting by Miguel Angel...
Mexican cement maker Cemex said on Wednesday it had asked employees to voluntarily defer payment of 10% of their salaries for three months, part of a raft of measures to combat the impact of coronavirus that include the scrapping of its 2020 dividend.
Mexican cement maker Cemex said on Wednesday that it had asked employees to voluntarily defer 10% of their monthly salaries and members of the executive team to give up 15% of their monthly pay, citing the impact of the coronavirus.
Mexican cement company Cemex said on Monday it would resume operations in the country, hours after announcing a pause, as fresh guidelines from the government permitted such a move.
Mexican cement company Cemex will suspend its operations in the country until at least April 30 in line with government guidelines aimed at stopping the spread of coronavirus, the firm said in a statement on Monday.
Latin American companies from oil behemoth Petrobras to cement maker Cemex, facing drastic coronavirus-linked revenue declines, are rushing to draw down credit lines amid a shutdown in local bond markets and a paucity of state aid.
Mexican cement producer Cemex SAB de CV on Friday said it will increase its general debt levels and open up lines of credit to fight the difficulties presented by the spread of coronavirus.
Mexican cement producer Cemex SAB de CV <CEMEXCPO.MX> on Wednesday reported a bigger quarterly loss as sales fell in all its markets except the United States, triggering a sharp drop in its shares.
Mexican cement producer Cemex SAB de CV on Wednesday reported a bigger quarterly loss, hurt by declining sales in all its markets, except the United States.
Mexican cement producer Cemex SAB de CV on Wednesday reported a bigger quarterly loss, hurt by sales declines in all its markets, except the United States.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1500 GMT on Wednesday:
British construction materials firm Breedon Group Plc <BREE.L> said on Wednesday it would buy certain UK assets from Mexico's CEMEX SAB de CV <CEMEXCPO.MX> for 178 million pounds ($233.79 million), as it looks to be a bigger player in Britain and Ireland.
Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 28 points lower at 7,546 on Wednesday, according to financial bookmakers, with futures down 0.4% ahead of the cash market open.
British construction materials firm Breedon Group Plc said it would buy certain UK assets and operations from Mexico's CEMEX SAB de CV for 178 million pounds ($233.79 million), strengthening its position in Britain and Ireland.
Major infrastructure projects recently announced by Mexico's government and the private sector could next year pull the construction industry out of a protracted slump, though the boost to the economy is unlikely to be significant.
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