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Dangote Cement Qtrly Group Profit Before Tax Surges
Dangote Cement Reports Qtrly Group Pretax Profit 74.79 Bln Naira Vs 76.53 Bln Naira
Absa Group Completes Dangote Cement's Debut Series 1 Bond Offering
Dangote Cement Plc is a producer of cement, and operates plants for the preparation, manufacture and distribution of cement and related products. The Company operates through two segments: Nigeria and Pan Africa. The Company, through its subsidiaries, is engaged in exploration, coal production, cement grinding, power production and limestone mining operations, among others. Its Nigerian operations include its three manufacturing plants in Nigeria: Obajana Cement Plant in Kogi State, Gboko Cement Plant in Benue State and Ibese plant in Ogun State. Its Pan African operations include its factories or import facilities in Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ghana, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia. It is also focused on operating in Congo and Sierra Leone. Its subsidiaries include Dangote Cement South Africa (Pty) Limited, Dangote Industries (Ethiopia) Plc, Dangote Industries Limited, Tanzania, Dangote Cement Cameroun S.A and Dangote Cement Senegal S.A.
Construction - Raw Materials
Union Marble House
1 Alfred Rewane Road, Falomo, Ikoyi
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Chief Operating Officer, Deputy Managing Director
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Dangote Cement bought 40.2 million shares in December at 243.02 naira, the first tranche of a buyback programme set to return cash to shareholders, Nigeria's biggest listed firm said on Monday.
Dangote Cement said on Wednesday it planned to start exports from its Congo Republic plants to neighbouring states, while its Nigerian exports fell 41% in 2019 when Nigeria's government closed its borders.
Nigerian stocks fell to their lowest level in a month on Tuesday after shedding 1.11% as shares of the two most capitalised companies Dangote Cement and MTN Nigeria declined.
Nigerian shares steadied on Thursday, after two days of losses, as the biggest company Dangote Cement traded flat and the second biggest listed firm MTN Nigeria gained.
* Dangote Cement delays London secondary listing until next year
Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Standard Chartered could be among the banks organising the 2019 London public listing of Dangote Cement, chairman and CEO Aliko Dangote said on Monday.
An oil refinery being built by Aliko Dangote will account for half of his conglomerate's assets when it is finished next year, a senior executive told Reuters, underscoring the scale of the bet being made by Africa's richest man on Nigerian oil and gas.
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