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Cement factsheet: Africa and the Middle East

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World Cement’s May 2015 issue includes a feature on the cement industry in Africa and the Middle East. This comprises a look at alternative fuels in the region, a discussion of the energy crisis in Egypt, an overview of the Tunisian cement sector, as well as an article by Kenya’s Savannah Cement. The feature is rounded off with our monthly infographic, which can be downloaded below.

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The May issue also includes a tour of the Devnya Cement plant in Bulgaria, along with features on bagging and packing, storage solutions, mills and refractories.

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