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Mar 29, 2021 Dangote Cement is a top producer of the material with operations in 10 African countries, including Tanzania. In 2018 reports emerged that Dangote had “shelved plans to extend his vast business empire to Kenya, after being put off by top decision makers in the country whom he has described as ‘more corrupt than Nigerians’.”

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  • Dangote Cement sells cement produced in Ethiopia in Kenya

    Dangote Cement sells cement produced in Ethiopia in Kenya

    Sep 22, 2016 The company will soon launch a new cement plant in the country Dangote Cement started shipping cement produced in Ethiopia into the Kenyan market, reports 4-Traders. The move is expected to shake thin

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  • Dangote’s $2 billion Petrochemical Plant to Produce 77

    Dangote’s $2 billion Petrochemical Plant to Produce 77

    With a turnover of $1.2 billion, the 900,000 metric tonnes per annum capacity Dangote Petrochemical plant, situated alongside the Dangote Refinery, has been strategically positioned to cater to the demands of the growing plastic processing downstream industries; not only in Africa but also in other parts of the world

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  • Dangote Cement - Forbes

    Dangote Cement - Forbes

    May 13, 2021 Africa’s richest man, Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote, just announced his Dangote Cement will invest $400 million to build a cement plant in Kenya. By Mfonobong Nsehe Former Contributor Jun 1

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  • Dangote Registers Two Companies in Kenya, To start

    Dangote Registers Two Companies in Kenya, To start

    Dec 03, 2017 Dangote Cement has revealed that they have registered two companies in Kenya with plans to build two plants of 1.5Mta each, near Nairobi and Mombasa, to serve the local market. The company, which is majority owned by Africa’s richest man notes that Kenya is an exciting market and that the country is high on its priorities

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  • Dangote Cement now delays Kenya entry to 2021

    Dangote Cement now delays Kenya entry to 2021

    Mar 13, 2017 Ahead of the plants’ construction, Dangote is planning on expanding cement exports to Kenya from its Ethiopian plant. Nigeria’s Dangote Cement has pushed back its entry into Kenya

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  • Africa’s wealthiest man Aliko Dangote loses $232 million

    Africa’s wealthiest man Aliko Dangote loses $232 million

    Sep 01, 2021 Africa’s wealthiest man Aliko Dangote has recorded a sudden loss in his wealth on Aug. 31, following an unexpected 2.64-percent drop in the market value of Dangote Cement, triggering an investor sell-off. Dangote Cement is a subsidiary of Dangote Industries Limited, Africa’s most diversified manufacturing conglomerate

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  • Jeff Koinange: How Kenya lost Dangote cement to bribery

    Jeff Koinange: How Kenya lost Dangote cement to bribery

    Apr 21, 2018 Jeff Koinange: How Kenya lost Dangote cement to bribery and greed. Famous former CNN Correspondent Kenyan Jeff Koinange has come down hard on corrupt, greedy, bribe-seeking politicians in his

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  • Dangote: Mega corruption discouraged me from investing in

    Dangote: Mega corruption discouraged me from investing in

    Apr 07, 2018 Dangote, who has been estimated to be Sh1.5 trillion by Forbes, visited Kenya in September 2013 as part of a high-powered delegation of 50

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  • Dangote invests N80bn in Kenyan cement sector - Vanguard

    Dangote invests N80bn in Kenyan cement sector - Vanguard

    By Favour Nnabugwu. Africa’s richest man, Alhaji Aliko Dangote has invested N80billion ($400million) to set up a cement plant in Kenya through East Africa Portland Cement Company (EAPCC)

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  • Dangote’s low cement prices upset East African firms

    Dangote’s low cement prices upset East African firms

    Sep 19, 2016 The average retail price of a 50kg bag of Dangote cement in Kenya is $4.70, which is a significant drop from an average $7.40 as at the end of last year. In Tanzania, a 50kg bag of Dangote cement is selling for $4.50, which is a 20 per cent drop from the average $5.85. In Uganda, the average price was $8.8 as at the end of last year

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  • Chapter 11 Dangote Cement: The Challenges of Pan

    Chapter 11 Dangote Cement: The Challenges of Pan

    Sep 18, 2017 Dangote Cement is the country’s biggest cement producer and currently controls about 40 per cent of the cement market in the country (Dangote Cement Annual Report 2016: 62). It is perhaps testament to Dangote’s growing political clout in Africa that the commissioning of the Dangote Plant in Zambia was witnessed by President Edgar Lungu of

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  • Kenya - Cement industry news from Global Cement

    Kenya - Cement industry news from Global Cement

    May 26, 2021 Kenya: Nairobi Business Ventures (NBV) says it intends to buy 11.33 hectares of land in Machakos, near Nairobi, from its subsidiary Shreeji Enterprises Kenya to build a new cement grinding plant. It plans to invest US$140m in the project according to the Business Daily newspaper. A feasibility study for the construction of the plant has been concluded and the preliminary work to establish the

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  • Dangote to Build Kenya Cement Plant in $1.48bn Africa Deal

    Dangote to Build Kenya Cement Plant in $1.48bn Africa Deal

    Owner of Dangote Group and Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote has in the past revealed intention to put up a plant in Kenya. He has already been given nod to prospect for limestone in Kanziku-Simisi, Kitui South sub-county by the county government. The firm is also expected to unveil a cement factory in neighbouring Tanzania

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  • Dangote Kenya entry heralds cement market disruption

    Dangote Kenya entry heralds cement market disruption

    Oct 02, 2013 The entry of Dangote Cement into the Kenyan cement industry is expected to heighten competition in a market that is already feeling the heat from cheap imports. Nigerian businessman and Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, last month said the firm was planning to build a Sh35 billion two-million-tonne-a-year cement plant in Kenya as the group seeks to become the main player in the

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  • New Kenyan cement plants from Karsan Ramji & Sons and

    New Kenyan cement plants from Karsan Ramji & Sons and

    Aug 07, 2015 Also in Kenya, Nigeria's Dangote Cement plans to build a US$395m cement plant in Kitui, while India's Sanghi Group plans to construct a US$119m cement plant in West Pokot. Kenya's 2014 cement production grew by 16.4% year-on-year to 5.88Mt, up from 5.05Mt in 2013 as a result of new players entering the industry. Cement production in the country has consistently outpaced

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  • Kenya says Nigeria's Dangote to build $400 million cement

    Kenya says Nigeria's Dangote to build $400 million cement

    Sep 07, 2013 Africa's richest man, Nigerian Aliko Dangote, plans to invest $400 million in a cement plant in Kenya, the east African nation's president's office said. Kenya says Nigeria's Dangote to

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