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Lafarge cement

[lə′färzh si‚ment]
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A cement made of plaster of paris, lime, and marble powder; used in mortar for marble and limestone pieces because it is nonstaining.
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Lafarge managed to continue its major Syrian operations long after the conflict erupted there and the investigations are interviewing employees posted in Syria.
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TEHRAN (FNA)- French media disclosed that the country's large cement producing company of Lafarge was engaged in deals with the ISIL terrorist group to continue its activities in the war-torn country of Syria.
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PARIS -- Lafarge and Holcim said Friday that they had repaired cracks that had threatened to collapse their merger to create the world's biggest cement company.
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CRH recently agreed to buy Lafarge Tarmac, which employs 6,600 staff at 330 sites and produces 45m tonnes of aggregates and 7m tonnes of asphalt a year, in a deal seen as key to smoothing the regulatory path for the [euro]42bn (PS30bn) merger of France's Lafarge and Switzerland's Holcim to create the world's largest cement group.
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