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CEMEX reports tenfold increase in 2016 net income

MEXICO CITY, Mexico – Despite net income skyrocketing from 75m USD in 2015 to 750m USD in 2016 – CEMEX, the Mexican multinational heavy-weight saw a decrease in its numbers across certain geographical markets including South, Central America and the Caribbean: 64 more words

Jamaica

Competition between Trinidad Cement and Rock Hard Cement heats up in Trinidad market

caribbeansignal.com note: Since Rock Hard Cement’s arrival in Barbados in late 2015, Arawak Cement Company Ltd., previously the sole supplier of cement in Barbados and a subsidiary of Trinidad Cement Ltd., has placed several advertisements – without mentioning Rock Hard by name – in the Barbadian press and highlighting concerns around the quality and storage of imported cement. 161 more words

Trinidad And Tobago

This Mexican Company Could Make a Killing from Trump’s Policies

Business is Business.

True to his word, President Donald Trump has launched his plan to build a “big, beautiful, powerful” wall to separate the U.S. from its third biggest trading partner, Mexico. 458 more words

United States

These 3 Stocks Are Already Winners Thanks to President Trump's Mexican Wall

As Donald Trump moved forward on his campaign promise to build a wall at the Mexican border, investors quickly bet on the stocks of companies most likely to construct it. 417 more words

Finance

CEMEX TCL Takeover Bid Successful

The following article was extracted from Caribbean Signal website and should be of interest to the wider pubic given the cement debate in Barbados and the region – Barbados Underground… 227 more words

Caribbean News

CEMEX TCL takeover bid successful

Cemex, S.A.B. de C.V. (“CEMEX”) (NYSE: CX) announced today that its indirect subsidiary Sierra Trading (“Sierra”), having received the Foreign Investment License from the Trinidad and Tobago Ministry of Finance, disclosed today that all terms and conditions of the offer made pursuant to the Offer and Take-Over Bid dated December 5, 2016, as amended on January 9, 2017 (the “Offer”) to acquire up to 132,616,942 ordinary shares (the “Offered Shares”) for TT$5.07 (US$0.76) in cash per share in Trinidad Cement Limited (“TCL”), a company publicly listed in Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica and Barbados, have been complied with or waived and the Offer has accordingly been declared unconditional. 476 more words

Jamaica

Pressure Mounts To Close CEMEX Sand Mine

MONTEREY (CBS SF) — Community members, along and advocacy groups, are keeping up the pressure to close the CEMEX corporation’s 111-year old Lapis Sand Mine on the Central Coast. 547 more words

Environment