Pollution concerns drive cement company out of Cairo

12/15/2010 | Reuters

Suez Cement, Egypt's largest publicly listed cement producer, is relocating out of Cairo as part of an environmental agreement with the government. The company is shutting down 14 production lines -- 13 wet, one dry -- in the capital as a result, and opening a new $400 million production line with a larger capacity 20 miles from Cairo.

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