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    Cement in CIS: Production, Market and Forecast

    Number of pages: 229 Number of tables: 71 Number of figures: 48
    Language: Russian
    Released: 27.05.2011
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    This report focuses on the investigation of the current condition of the cement market in the CIS and forecast of its development up to 2015. The report includes 7 Chapters, contains 229 pages, including 71 tables, 48 figures and 2 Appendices.
    In the first chapter, the report provides a brief description of the global cement market during the period 2000-2010, as well as its development prospects.
    The second chapter assesses the condition of raw materials of cement industry in the CIS. It presents data on reserves of cement raw materials, regional pattern of their distribution, as well as information about the resource base of the leading producers of cement.
    The third chapter is devoted to the production of cement in the CIS. This section provides statistics of the production in 2000-2010, data on regional and commodity structure of the production, seasonality of the production, as well as on the volumes of cement production by individual enterprises. Also this chapter examines the current position of the leading players in the cement market of CIS, including data on available production capacity, product range, business development plans, directions and volumes of supplies of cement.
    In the fourth chapter of the report we have analyzed data of customs statistics on foreign trade in cement in CIS countries. The information about the regional structure of export-import supplies of the main exporters and importers of cement is presented here.
    The fifth chapter is devoted to the analysis of price conjuncture of the cement market in the CIS. In this section, the dynamics of prices on cement in the domestic market of the Russian Federation in recent years is shown, and an overview of the export-import prices in the CIS is presented.
    The sixth chapter of the report is devoted to the consumption of cement. Basing on supply-demand balance of the product in the CIS over the past 9 years, we estimated the dynamics of apparent consumption of cement. Also this section shows structure of the consumption; besides, the situational analysis of the construction industry in the CIS and its development prospects is given.
    The seventh chapter presents forecast of development of Russian cement market up to 2020 and the cement market in the CIS as a whole up to 2015.
    In Appendices, contact information on producers of cement in the CIS, as well as the existing classification of cements and requirements, imposed on cements by state standards, is given.
    This work is a desk study. As information sources, data from the Rosstat, the Federal Customs Service of Russia, official statistics of domestic rail transportation of the Russian Federation, the State Statistics Committee of Ukraine, the CIS Inter-State Statistics Committee (rates of production), SCC of Ukraine (data on foreign trade operations), the Statistics Agency of Kazakhstan, the Committees on Statistics of other CIS countries are used. Also, databases of the UN, the U.S. Geological Survey were used, as well as regional press, annual and quarterly reports of companies, web-sites of enterprises, information databases of enterprises, the own InfoMine database. Due to the fact that in Russia, freight motor traffic is not subject to mandatory statistical accounting, the report contains data on rail freight traffic only (railage of resources and products).

     

    I. Brief characteristics of world cement market
     
    II. Technology of production of cement and raw materials used in the industry
    II.1. Cement production technology and equipment used
    II.2. Raw materials for cement industry
    II.2.1. Characteristics of the raw materials used
    II.2.2. Status of reserves of raw materials for cement industry in the CIS
    Russia
    Ukraine
    Kazakhstan
    Uzbekistan
    Byelorussia
    Armenia
    Azerbaijan
    Moldavia
    Kyrgyzstan
    Tajikistan
    Turkmenistan

     
    III. Cement production in the CIS
    III.1. Capacities for the production of cement in CIS
    Eurocement Holding AG (Russia)
    HeidelbergCement (Germany)
    LaFarge (France)
    LLC United Cement Group (Russia)
    Holcim (Switzerland) / JSC Alfa-Cement
    Holding company JSC Siberian Cement (Russia)
    LLC Angarsk Cement Holding (Russia)
    Dyckerhoff AG (Germany) 3
    The group of companies BaselCement (Russia)
    Park Group LLC (Russia)
    INTECO CJSC (Russia)

     
    III.2. The volume and structure of cement production in the CIS
    III.2.1. Cement production in Russia in 1992-2010
    III.2.1.1. The volume and pattern of cement production in the CIS
    III.2.1.2. The current position of the leading producers of cement
    Cement plants of CJSC Eurocement Group
    CJSC Mal'tsovsky Portland (Bryansk Region)
    CJSC Oskolcement (Belgorod Region)
    Kavkazcement CJSC (The Republic of Karachay-Cherkessia)
    CJSC Belgorod cement (Belgorod Region)
    CJSC Lipetskcement (Lipetsk Region)
    CJSC Nikhailovsky cement plant (Mikhailovcement) (Ryazan Region)
    CJSC Nev'yansky Cement (Sverdlovsk Region)
    CJSC Ul'yanovskcement (Ulyanovsk Region)
    CJSC Pikalevo cement (Leningrad Region)
    CJSC Zhigulevskie building materials (Samara Region)
    CJSC Katavsky cement (Katav-Ivanovo cement plant, Chelyabinsk Region)
    CJSC Savinsky Cement Plant (Arkhangelsk Region)
    CJSC Podgorensky Cement (Voronezh Region)
    JSC Novoroscement (Krasnodar Territory)
    JSC Mordovcement (The Republic of Mordovia)
    The group of companies Rosgrazhdanrekonstruktsiya
    Sebryakovcement JSC (Volgograd Region)
    LLC Topkinsky cement (Kemerovo Region)
    LLC Krasnoyarsk Cement (Krasnoyarsk Territory)
    LLC Timlyuysky cement plant (The Republic of Buryatia)
    Lafarge Cement JSC
    Voskresenskcement JSC (Moscow Region)
    Uralcement JSC (Chelyabinsk Region)
    Holcim (Switzerland) / JSC Alfa-Cement
    Volskcement JSC (Saratov Region)
    JSC Shchurovsky cement (Moscow Region)
    LLC Angarsk Cement Holding
    Iskitimcement JSC (Novosibirsk Region)
    JSC Angarskcement (Irkutsk Region)
    Dyckerhoff AG
    JSC Sukholozhskcement (Sverdlovsk Region)
    Park Group LLC
    JSC Spasskcement (Primorskiy Kray)
    JSC Teploozerskcement (Jewish AD)
    LLC United Cement Group (Russia)
    JSC Novotroitsk Cement Plant (Orenburg Region)
    LLC PK Kuznetsk Cement Plant (Kemerovo Region)
    The group of companies BaselCement
    LLC Achinsk Cement (Krasnoyarsk Territory)
    Gornozavodskcement JSC (Perm)
    Heidelberg Cement
    JSC Slantsy Cesla cement plant (Leningrad Region)
    Building Materials JSC (Republic of Bashkortostan)
    INTECO LLC
    JSC Verkhnebakansky cement plant (Krasnodar Territory
    Atakaycement LLC (Krasnodar Territory)
    JSC Magnitogorsk cement-refractory plant (JSC MTSOZ, Chelyabinsk Region)
    Polar Division of JSC MMC Norilsk Nickel (Krasnoyarsk Territory)
    Other companies
    CJSC Volkhov cement plant Metakhim (LeningradskayaRegion)
    JSC PO Yakutcement (The Republic of Sakha-Yakutia)
    JSC Cement (Cement Plant Goluhinsky, Altai Territory)
    CJSC VolgaCement (Saratov Region)
    LLC Yuzhnouralskaya GPK (Orenburg Region)
    JSC Podolsk cement (Moscow Region)
    Uglegorsk Cement CJSC (Rostov Region)
    JSC Pashiysky metallurgical and cement plant (Perm)

    III.2.1.3. Projects to build new cement plants
    TulaCement LLC (Novogurovsky, Tula Region)
    LLC Uglovsky cement plant (Uglovka, Novgorod Region)
    LLC Tuapse cement plant (Tuapse, Krasnodar Territory)
    LLC Serebryansky cement plant (Oktyabr’sky, Ryazan Region)
    LLC Cement (Slantsy, Leningrad Region)
    LLC Yashkinsky cement (Yashkino, Kemerovo Region)
    Uchulensky LLC cement plant (Temirtau, Kemerovo Region)
    Alagir Cement Plant (LLC UGMK-Cement)

     
    III.2.2. Cement production in Ukraine in 2002-2010
    III.2.2.1. The volume and pattern of cement production in Ukraine
    III.2.2.2. The current position of the leading producers of cement
    JSC Eurocement group-Ukraina
    JSC Balcem
    JSC Kramatorsk cement factory Pushka (Kramatorsk, Donetsk Region)
    HeidelbergCement Group
    Rih Cement JSC (Dnepropetrovsk Region)
    Dneprocement JSC (Dnepropetrovsk Region)
    JSC Doncement (Amvrosievsky cement plant, Donetsk Region).
    LLC Cement Donbass
    Dyckerhoff AG
    Volyn-Cement JSC (Zdolbunov Cement and Slate Plant, Rivne Region)
    JSC Yugcement (Olshansky cement plant in Mykolaiv Region)
    Kievcement JSC (Kiev)
    JSC Podolsk cement (Khmelnitsky Region)
    Lafarge Ukraine
    JSC Nikolaevcement (Lviv Region)
    JSC Ivano-Frankovskcement
    CJSC Bahchisaray Construction Industry Works (AR Crimea)
    Cement LLC (Odessa)
    Other companies
    Promcement LLC (formerly JSC Stromacement, Donetsk Region)
    CJSC Dnipropetrovsk Cement Plant (Dnepropetrovsk)
    JSC Kharkov experimental cement plant (Kharkiv)

    III.2.2.3. Projects to build new cement plants
    Altcem LLC (Kerch, Crimea)
     
    III.2.3. Cement production in Uzbekistan in 2000-2010
    III.2.3.1. The volume and pattern of cement production in Uzbekistan
    III.2.3.2. The current position of the leading producers of cement
    JSC Kizilkumcement (Navoi cement plant, Navoi)
    JSC Ahangarancement (Eurocement Group, Tashkent Region)
    United Cement Group
    JSC Kuvasaycement
    JSC Bekabadcement (Tashkent Region)
    JSC Angren cement plant (Tashkent Region)

    III.2.3.3. Projects to build new cement plants
     
    III.2.4. Cement production in Kazakhstan in 1991-2010
    III.2.4.1. The volume and pattern of cement production in Kazakhstan
    III.2.4.2. The current position of the leading producers of cement
    JSC Central Asia Cement (CAC, Karaganda Region)
    JSC Bukhtarma Cement Company (Ust-Kamenogorsk)
    JSC Semei Cement Plant (Semipalatinsk)
    JSC ShymkentCement (South-Kazakhstan Region)
    JSC Sastobe Cement (South-Kazakhstan Region)
    LLP Almaty Cement Company

    III.2.4.3. Projects to build new cement plants
     
    III.2.5. Cement production in Belarus in 2000-2010
    III.2.5.1. The volume and pattern of cement production in Belarus
    III.2.5.2. The current position of the leading producers of cement
    PRUE Belarussian Cement Plant (Mogilev Region)
    JSC Krasnoselskstroymaterialy (Grodno Region)
    PRUE Krichevcementnoshifer (Mogilev Region)

     
    III.2.6. Cement production in other countries, CIS
    Azerbaijan
    Garadagh Cement JSC (Garadagh Cement, Baku)
    Gyzyldash Cement
    Akkord Cement

    Turkmenistan
    JSC Kelyatinsky Cement Plant (Akhal province)
    Baharlyysky Cement Plant (Akhal province)

    Moldova
    JSC LafargeCement-Moldova (Rezinsky cement plant)
    CJSC Rybnitsa cement-slate combine (Rybnitsa, Transdniestria)

    Kyrgyzstan
    JSC Kant Cement and Slate Plant (Chuy Region)
    Tehnolin LLC (Chuy Region)
    JSC Kurmentycement (Issyk-Kul Region)
    LTD. Southern Building Materials Plant (Aravan cement plant, Osh Region)
    CJSC South Kirghiz Cement (Kyzyl-Kiya plant, Batken Region)

    Armenia
    CJSC Araratcement (Ararat)
    Mika-Cement CJSC (Razdan)

    Tajikistan
    SUE Tajikcement (Dushanbe)
    Sarband cement plant (Khatlon Region)

     
    IV. Export and import of cement in the CIS
    IV.1. Foreign trade in cement in Russia in 2002-2010
    IV.1.1. Imports
    IV.1.2. Exports

    IV.2. Foreign trade in cement in Ukraine in 2002-2010
    IV.2.1. Imports
    IV.2.2. Exports

    IV.3. Foreign trade in cement in the other CIS countries in 2004-2010
    IV.3.1. Imports
    IV.3.2. Exports

     
    V. Review of prices on cement in the CIS
    V.1. Domestic prices
    V.2. Dynamics of export and import prices
    V.2.1. Dynamics of export and import prices in Russia in 2002-2010
    V.2.2. Dynamics of export-import prices in Ukraine in 2002-2010
    V.2.3. Dynamics of export-import prices in the other CIS countries in 2004-2010

     
    VI. Cement consumption in the CIS
    VI.1. Consumption of cement in Russia in 2002-2010
    VI.1.1. Supply-demand balance
    VI.1.2. Consumption pattern

    Sectoral structure
    Commodity composition
    Regional structure
    VI.1.3. Situation Analysis and Prospects of the Russian construction industry
    Housing
    Non-residential construction
    VI.2. Cement consumption in the other CIS countries
    VI.2.1. Ukraine
    VI.2.2. Uzbekistan
    VI.2.3. Kazakhstan
    VI.2.4. Byelorussia
    VI.2.5. Azerbaijan, Moldova, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Tajikistan

     
    VII. Forecast of production and consumption of cement in the CIS
    VII.1. Forecast of production and consumption of cement in Russia in 2020
    VII.2. Forecast of production and consumption of cement in the CIS up to 2015
     
    Appendix 1. Contact information on main Russian company-producers of cement
    Appendix 2. Classification of cements and requirements to them in accordance with the requirements of State Standards

    Table 1: The world's largest producers of cement in 2000-2010, mln t
    Table 2: Dynamics of prices on cement in 2008-2010
    Table 3: Geographic location of balance reserves of cement raw materials in Russia
    Table 4: The main deposits of cement raw materials of Russia, and the mining enterprises
    Table 5: The main deposits of cement raw materials in Ukraine and the mining enterprises
    Table 6: CIS enterprises, having capacities on cement production, and the technologies used
    Table 7: Membership in the holdings of the main companies, producing cement in the CIS in 2010
    Table 8: Production of cement in the USSR
    Table 9: Production of cement in the CIS in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 10: Proportion of dry cement in total production of cement in Russia in 1998-2010, %
    Table 11: Production of cement by the main Russian plants in 2000-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 12: Commodity structure of cement production in Russia in 2000-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 13: Production of cement in the Russian Federation by holding companies in Q1 2011, th. tonnes, %
    Table 14: Seasonal dynamics of cement production in Russia in 2004-2010, mln t
    Table 15: Production of cement by Federal Districts of Russia in 2005-2010
    Table 16: Some financial performance data of the CJSC Eurocement Group in 2002-2009
    Table 17: Price-list of wholesale prices for cement of JSC Novoroscement, rubles / t including VAT (from 16 January 2011)
    Table 18: Some financials of Novoroscement JSC in 2001-2010, %
    Table 19: Some financials of Mordovcement JSC in 2001-2010, %
    Table 20: Main performance indicators of JSC Sebryakovcement in 2006-2010, %
    Table 21: Some financial performance data of the Siberian Cement Holding 2002-2009, bln rub.
    Table 22: Some financial performance data of the JSC Holding Lafarge Cement in 2005-2010, bln rub.
    Table 23: Some financial performance data of the JSC Iskitimcement in 2004-2010, mln rub.
    Table 24: Some financial performance data of the JSC Sukholozhskcement in 2004-2010, mln rub.
    Table 25: Price-list of wholesale prices for cement of JSC Spasskcement (from August 18, 2010), rubles / t including VAT
    Table 26: Some financial performance data of the JSC Spasskcement in 2005-2010, mln rub.
    Table 27: Price-list of wholesale prices for cement of JSC Novotroitsk cement plant (from April 11, 2011), rubles / t
    Table 28: Prices of wholesale prices for cement manufacture LLC Building Materials (from April 11, 2011), rubles / t including VAT
    Table 29: Companies that manufactured cement in Ukraine in 2003-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 30: Companies that manufactured cement in Uzbekistan in 2006-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 31: Volumes of cement production in Kazakhstan by enterprise in 2000-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 32: Price-list of wholesale prices for cement of JSC Bukhtarma Cement Company, tenge / t including VAT
    Table 33: Companies that manufactured cement in Belarus in 2006-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 34: Price-list of wholesale prices for cement of PRUE Belarusian Cement Plant, Belarusian rubles / t including VAT
    Table 35: Price-list of wholesale prices for cement of JSC Krasnoselskstroymaterialy, Belarusian rubles / t exclusive of VAT
    Table 36: Price-list of wholesale prices for cement of Garadagh Cement JSC, AZN / t (since October 15, 2010)
    Table 37: Volumes of Russian foreign trade in cement in kind and in money terms in 2002-2010, th. tonnes, mln $
    Table 38: Regional structure of Russian import of cement in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 39: Volumes of supplies of cement to  largest importers in Russia in 2007-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 40: Regional structure of Russian exports of cement in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 41: Directions and volumes of supplies by the major exporters of cement in 2006-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 42: Volumes of foreign trade in cement in Ukraine in kind and in money terms in 2002-2010, th. tonnes, mln $
    Table 43: Regional structure of Ukrainian import of cement in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 44: Volumes of supplies of cement to leading Ukrainian importers in 2007-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 45: Regional structure of Ukrainian export of cement in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 46: Directions and volumes of supplies by the major exporters of cement in 2006-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 47: Regional structure of cement imports in other CIS countries in 2004-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 48: Regional structure of cement exports by other CIS countries in 2004-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 49: Average producer’s prices for cement in Russia in 1998-2011, rubles / t (exclusive of VAT)
    Table 50: Average annual producer’s prices for cement in the Russian Federation and by the Federal District in 2006-2010, rubles / t exclusive of VAT
    Table 51: Average price of cement in Belarus, Armenia, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Moldova in 2004-2010, $ \ t
    Table 52: Average import prices on cement in Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Moldova in 2004-2010, $ / t
    Table 53: Regional pattern of cement consumption in the CIS in 2004-2010, th. tonnes, %
    Table 54: Supply-demand balance of cement in Russia in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 55: Volumes of supplies of cement to largest Russian customers in 2006-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 56: Volumes of consumption of cement by Regions of Russia in January-April 2011, th. tonnes, %
    Table 57: Regional pattern of cement consumption in Russia in 2010, th. tonnes, %
    Table 58: Execution of construction contracts in Russia in 2000-2010, bln rub.
    Table 59: Commissioning dwelling houses in Russia in 2002-2010, mln m2
    Table 60: Dynamics of the total area of ​​ commissioned non-residential buildings, by Federal District of Russia in 1999-2010, mln m2
    Table 61: Supply-demand balance of cement in Ukraine in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 62: Supply-demand balance of cement in Uzbekistan in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 63: Construction works in Uzbekistan in 2004-2010, bln Sums
    Table 64: Supply-demand balance of cement in Kazakhstan in 2004-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 65: Volume of construction works in Kazakhstan in 2001-2010, bln tenge
    Table 66: Investment in residential construction by regions of Kazakhstan in 2004-2010, mln tenge
    Table 67: Commissioning of buildings in Kazakhstan in 2004-2010
    Table 68: Supply-demand balance of cement in Belarus in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 69: Supply-demand balance of cement in Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Tajikistan in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Table 70: Forecast of cement production in the CIS up to 2015, mln t
    Table 71: Forecast of consumption of cement in the CIS up to 2015, mln t

    Figure 1: Dynamics of world production of cement (bln t), rates of growth (%) in 2000-2010
    Figure 2: Geographical structure of world production of cement in 2010, %
    Figure 3: Schematic flow sheet of dry method of cement production
    Figure 4: Schematic flow sheet of wet method of cement production
    Figure 5: Diagram of the technological process of cement production dry method (by production stages)
    Figure 6: Distribution of production capacity of cement in the CIS by holdings in 2010, %
    Figure 7: Dynamics of production of cement in the CIS in 2002-2010, mln t
    Figure 8: Production of cement in Russia (mln t) and the output growth (% yoy) in 1992-2010
    Figure 9: Production of cement by Russia's holdings in 2010, %
    Figure 10: Production of cement in Russia by months in 2007-2010, mln t
    Figure 11: Regional structure of cement production in Russia in 2010, %
    Figure 12: Production of cement in the Ukraine (mln t) and the output growth (% yoy) in 2002-2010
    Figure 13: Production of cement in Uzbekistan (mln t) and the output growth (% yoy) in 2000-2010
    Figure 14: Dynamics of production of cement in Kazakhstan in 1991-2010, mln t
    Figure 15: Shares of major manufacturers in the total cement production in Kazakhstan in 2010, %
    Figure 16: Regional structure of cement production in Kazakhstan in 2001-2010, %
    Figure 17: Production of cement in Belarus (mln t) and the output growth (% yoy) in 2000-2010
    Figure 18: Production of cement in Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Tajikistan in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Figure 19: Dynamics of Russian imports of cement in kind and in money terms in 2002-2010
    Figure 20: Changes in the commodity structure of cement imports in 2002-2010, %
    Figure 21: Dynamics of Russian exports of cement in kind and in money terms in 2002-2010
    Figure 22: Dynamics of Russian imports of cement in kind and in money terms in 2002-2010
    Figure 23: Dynamics of Ukrainian exports of cement in kind and in money terms in 2002-2010
    Figure 24: Dynamics of average producer’s prices and average purchase prices for cement in Russia in 2002-2010, rubles / t
    Figure 25: Dynamics of the average Russian export and import prices on cement in 2002-2010, $ \ t
    Figure 26: Dynamics of average Ukrainian export and import prices on cement in 2002-2010, $ \ t
    Figure 27: Dynamics of production, apparent consumption, export and import of cement in Russia in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Figure 28: Segmentation of cement consumption by end-uses in Russia in 2010, %
    Figure 29: Commodity structure of cement consumption in Russia in 2010, %
    Figure 30: Changing regional pattern of consumption of cement in Russia in 2006-2010, %
    Figure 31: Dynamics of dwelling commissioning in Russia in 2000-2010, mln m2, % yoy
    Figure 32: Regional structure of dwelling commissioning in Russia in 2010, %
    Figure 33: Dynamics of the total area of commissioned non-residential buildings in Russia in 1999-2010, mln m2
    Figure 34: Regional structure of commissioning of non-residential estate property in 2010, %
    Figure 35: Dynamics of production, apparent consumption, export and import of cement in Ukraine in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Figure 36: Dynamics of new housing in Ukraine in 2000-2010, mln m2, % yoy
    Figure 37: Dynamics of production, apparent consumption, export and import of cement in Uzbekistan in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Figure 38: Dynamics of housing in Uzbekistan in 2004-2010, mln m2, % yoy
    Figure 39: Dynamics of production, apparent consumption, export and import of cement in Kazakhstan in 2004-2010, th. tonnes
    Figure 40: Dynamics of commissioning dwelling in Kazakhstan in 2000-2010, thous. m2
    Figure 41: Dynamics of production, apparent consumption, export and import of cement in Belarus in 2002-2010, th. tonnes
    Figure 42: Dynamics of commissioning dwelling in Belarus in 2000-2010, mln m2, % yoy
    Figure 43: Dynamics of commissioning dwelling in Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia in 2000-2010, mln m2
    Figure 44: Dynamics of commissioning dwelling in Tajikistan and Moldova in 2004-2010, mln m2
    Figure 45: Forecast of cement production in Russia in 2020, mln t
    Figure 46: Forecast of consumption of cement in Russia in 2020, mln t
    Figure 47: Forecast of consumption of cement in Russia by Federal District in 2020, %
    Figure 48: Forecast of production and consumption of cement in the CIS up to 2015, mln t

     

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