Investments from Ethiopia, Kenya, and Tanzania are expected to lead to a sharp growth in infrastructure construction.
Africa & The Middle East
Shareholders in Lafarge Africa have approved a plan to raise NGN 90 billion
A shortage of foreign currency is hitting Zimbabwean cement producers’ ability to maintain and run their plants, resulting in production shortages.
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Nigerian cement company, BUA Group, is to build a new cement plant in Ebonyi, Nigeria, as it continues its expansion in the West African country.
Lafarge Africa will install a new Loesche coal mill at its Ewekoro cement plant in Nigeria to facilitate its switch from gas to local lignite and petcoke.
LafargeHolcim group company in East Africa, Bamburi Cement, was hit by challenging market conditions in Kenya and Uganda in 1H18.