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    Business Why cement prices are going up — Dangote – Vanguard News

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    Business Dangote Cement restates commitment to closing supply gap – New Telegraph

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    Business Dangote Cement’s shareholders get N1tr – The Nation News

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    Business Dangote Cement posts N88.06bn profit in three months – New Telegraph

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    Business High-cap stocks lift equities to N198b gain – NaijaBizCom

    Nigeria’s largest quoted company and most capitalised financial services institution led the stock market to a major recovery yesterday despite continuing selloffs within... Read more via NaijaBizCom – https://ift.tt/2wqIDyH Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Dangote Cement Mulls London Listing, Appoints Cherie Blair, Mick Davis to Board – Thisdaylive

    As Dangote Cement Plc revives plans to list its shares on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), the firm has appointed former Xstrata Plc Chief Executive Officer, Mick Davis, as a non-executive director alongside Cherie Blair, a lawyer and the wife of ex-U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair. The new board...
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    Business Dangote May Purchase South Africa Largest Cement Maker

    Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, is among those considering counter-offers for PPC Group Limited that could signal a bidding contest for South Africa’s largest cement maker, according to reports. Dangote Cement Plc sees a bid for the Johannesburg-based company as a way to accelerate...
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    Business Dangote Cement Declares N186.62Bn Profit, Proposes N8.50k Dividend

    Leading cement manufacturer, Dangote Cement Plc, has recorded an increased revenue of profit by 3 percent for the full year ended 31st December 2016 at N186.6 billion from N181.3 billion, the Company’s financial report released on Tuesday at the Nigerian Stock Exchange indicated. The Group’s...
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    Business Why There Is N600 Increment in Cement Price – Dangote

    Dangote Cement Plc, Africa’s largest cement producer, has announced an update on trading activities and its plans to convert some of its power plants to coal powered plants. According to the firm on Wednesday, sales growth remained strong in Nigeria with volumes up 15% in July and August...