Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Indian Cement Industry: In Tandem With Economic Growth

Cement demand has posted a healthy growth rate of 11.16% in tandem with strong economic growth of the country. The GDP growth in the current fiscal is expected to be in excess of 8.1 per cent and during the half year Jan-June 2006, cement industry grew around 12.2 % as compared to 10.5 % for the corresponding previous year.

During 2005, the industry produced and supplied over 136 million tonnes of cement, including export of 9 million tonnes of cement and clinker. The industry capacity was 157 million tons. The industry achieved production of 141.81 million tons in fiscal 2005–06 compared to 127.57 million tons during corresponding previous year.


During 2005, the industry produced and supplied over 136 million tonnes of cement, including export of 9 million tonnes of cement and clinker. The industry capacity was 157 million tons. The industry achieved production of 141.81 million tons in fiscal 2005–06 compared to 127.57 million tons during corresponding previous year.


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Res :- markets.moneycontrol.com

2 comments:

Dreams Soft Technology said...

good.really very interesting post...

Ravi C at Dalmia Cement said...

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