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Cemex publishes its first Integrated Report

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Cemex has published its first Integrated Report, with information covering the year 2016. The change in Cemex’s reporting is designed to provide a holistic analysis of the company’s strategic vision, performance, governance and value creation.

The 2016 Integrated Report, ‘Integrated Strategy for a Better Future’, facilitates a greater understanding of the relationship between Cemex’s financial and non-financial key performance indicators, as well as Cemex’s operating and governance models. The in-depth report highlights the way in which Cemex drives value creation across all aspects of its business, underpinned by its four strategic pillars: people, customers, markets and sustainability.

The 2016 Integrated Report reflects Cemex;s positive progress on its strategic priorities and its strong financial results during the year, despite strong headwinds. It also includes the company’s efforts to provide a high-performance, rewarding and safe workplace environment, the launch of Cemex’s Superior Customer Experience and digital transformation strategy, the continued empowerment of Cemex’s communities through its high-impact social strategy, as well as the continued effort to reduce its environmental footprint.

“As a unified global team, we share a common vision to build a better future for all our stakeholders,” said Fernando A. Gonzalez, CEO of CEMEX. “With this report, we hope to provide deeper insight into the way we stay true to that vision and create value in a rapidly changing business environment.”

The report includes an external limited assurance statement by KPMG.

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