Cement markets in CIS countries continue to grow
With an 11% growth in cement consumption in 2010 and a further 12% growth expected for 2011, cement producers in the countries of the former Soviet Union have been able to forget about the dramatic events of 2009, when there was a reduction of more than 20% in the consumption of cement in the region. The countries’ vast infrastructure development and housing needs are to be addressed by the governments in the near future, which should boost per capita cement consumption in most of the CIS countries. In anticipation of growing demand, local producers are busy raising their cement production capacities and also investing in the sustainability of their plants.
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