Cement production in the CIS region to grow by 14% in 2012

The majority of the CIS member states have overcome the consequences of the 2011 global economic crisis. GDP of every member state rose last year. Overall, compared to 2010, construction sector output grew in 2011. The government’s role in the construction sector has increased significantly. To stimulate employment growth and higher spending CIS governments initiated large-scale infrastructure projects, which also benefitted construction output.
In 2011 demand for cement increased significantly in almost every CIS member state and production quickly responded to increasing consumption. According to our latest report entitled “Cement market in CIS countries 2012 − Development forecasts for 2012-2014”, the 12 countries covered in the report produced a combined 93.5 million tonnes of cement in 2011. Nearly 60% of total output was produced in Russia, while Ukraine and Kazakhstan produced 11% and 8% of total CIS output, respectively. The remaining 9 countries produced only 22% of total cement output.

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