SGX-listed cement producer restarts Kazakh plant after shutdown due to unrest

The plant resumed operations on Jan 13 after it was shut down in early January. PHOTO: INTERNATIONAL CEMENT GROUP
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SINGAPORE - Singapore-listed cement manufacturer International Cement Group has restarted operations at its plant in Kazakhstan after temporarily shutting it down during the civil unrest in the country, the company told The Straits Times.

The US$130 million (S$175 million) plant resumed operations on Jan 13 after it was shut down in early January, when demonstrations started in Kazakhstan.

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