Reports: Cement sector facing 'dramatic' cost rise as climate pressure intensifies

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Cement plant Gorazdze, Poland | Credit: Cement plant Gorazdze, Poland
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Equity researcher Redburn downgrades two major cement producers as it forecasts major hike in costs to decarbonise sector

Decarbonisation costs across the cement sector may be starting to bite, with two major European producers downgraded by equity researcher Redburn this week over forecasts of a "dramatic" rise in the costs...

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