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How the cement cartel was built
How the cement cartel was built
‘Hidden in its walled garden within a stone’s throw of the Champs Elysées and La Défense, the Saint James offers its club members and guests...
Workings of post-apartheid cement cartel laid bare
Workings of post-apartheid cement cartel laid bare
Higher-ups in South Africa’s cement industry testifying before the competition commission have admitted to over 10 years of collusion,...
Former-CEO of international cement company denies paying $12.9-million to ISIL
Former-CEO of international cement company denies paying $12.9-million to ISIL
A former CEO of French-Swiss cement maker LafargeHolcim said he was made aware of payments to the Islamic State group in August 2014, contradicting...
Kenyan cement giant awaits directors' approval for SA plant
Kenyan cement giant awaits directors' approval for SA plant
ARM Cement, Kenya's second- largest maker of the building material, has yet to receive its directors’ approval for a plan to construct a...
Cartel charges cemented as Lafarge takes on R149m fine
Cartel charges cemented as Lafarge takes on R149m fine
South African cement producer Lafarge Industries SA has admitted to participating in a cartel since 1996, and agreed to pay a fine of R149-million....

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