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Ambuja Cements June-quarter consolidated profit rises 12 percent

Ambuja Cements June-quarter consolidated profit rises 12 percent

(Reuters) - Ambuja Cements Ltd, part of the world's No.1 cement producer LafargeHolcim Ltd, posted an about 12 percent increase in quarterly consolidated net profit on Monday, boosted by higher cement sales volume. Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Ambuja Cements consolidated net up 7% at Rs 555 cr

Ambuja Cements, part of the global cement giant LafargeHolcim, has posted a rise of 6.9 per cent in its consolidated net profit after taxes and minority interest at Rs 555 crore for the quarter ended 30 June compared with Rs 519 crore in the previous ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Ambuja Cements Q2 net profit up 12 pc to Rs 718.24 cr  Business Standard2 months ago

Morning News Call - India, July 25

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 Sify2 months ago

BUZZ-India's ACC hits record high on profit beat

** Cement maker ACC Ltd rises as much as 3.5 pct toa record high ** ACC posted an about 33 pct growth in June-qtr profit,beating analysts estimates on higher cement sales volume ** Company's cement sales volume rose 10.1 pct in the qtr to6.74 mln tonnes ** ...
 Sify2 months ago ACC hits record high on profit beat  Sify2 months ago

Why India is unlikely to see consistent growth

The need for larger investment in infrastructure that is the biggest shortcoming, says A V Rajwade. During his recent visit to the US, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the chief executives of several American corporations, presumably to market India as an investment opportunity. Press reports indicate that most of the CEOs present were from enterprises in the service sector (Amazon, Google, Cisco, Microsoft, Mastercard etc) and few from the manufacturing or industrial sectors, when there is a ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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