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Anhui Conch plans Uzbekistan plant

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Anhui Conch Cement Co. is planning to build a cement plant in Uzbekistan, according to news agency reports, with representatives from the Chinese cement giant recently visiting the country to discuss cooperation with ocal construction company, Umar Corp.

“We are aware of the investment climate created in Uzbekistan for foreign companies,” a senior official of the Chinese company is quoted as saying. “We have the intention to build here a cement plants with annual production capacity of 2 million tpy.”

Anhui Conch has already built a number of cement plants outside of China, including in Russia and Indonesia. Last year, the company said it would build a US$500 million cement plant in the Ulyanovsk region of Russia.

On the recent visit to Uzbekistan, company officials visited the site of the planned plant with Umar Rahjabov, head of Umar Corp. Following the visit, Anhui Conch officials said the company would now prepare a protocol of intent to be signed by Radjabov on a visit to China in April.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/asia-pacific-rim/28032017/anhui-conch-plans-uzbekistan-plant/

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