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1.We usually have about one-third of the entries from Asia Pacific

Organising competitions is, ofcourse, one way through which we achieve this. But we also have international forums for sustainable construction that are organised every three years.

2.How funds saved real estate when banks failed...

Realty funds are poised to grow stronger as developers tailor offerings

3.India's Top Builders on the expected impact of RERA, GST and REITs for real estate in 2019!

While 2018 has seen the teething problems of RERA and GST fast settling, which has also resulted in to substantial growth in new launches; India's leading builders see a positive impact of the reforms with growth prospects across sectors.

4.What Buyers Want? - EAST

Comparing regions, there is not much difference in perception in terms of what buyers want. Kolkata as a city is unique in its way. There are different perceptions about the market. While some look at it as a slow market, I personally see movement in the present day.

5.Ambuja Compocem emerges as fastest growing cement brand in Bihar

Ambuja Compocem has been rapidly growing in Bihar state with its unique proposition of compressive strength combined with long-standing durability and superior finish.

6.Nod to Holcim India's restructuring plan

To restructure its India operations, Holcim is to merge its holding firm Holcim India with its unit Ambuja Cements. The Swiss building materials major on November 13 got the approval from Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) for the merger.

7.Cement prices fall, profits shrink in Sept

Despite moderate growth in cement dispatches and substantial savings on fuel costs, cement companies saw their profits sink in the July-September period due to a sharp drop in cement prices and higher freight expenses. ACC Ltd, Ambuja Cements and UltraTech Cement reported 45-50 per cent year-on-year declines in their net profits during the quarter.

8.Holcim sets up panel to integrate Ambuja, ACC

Holcim, the Swiss cement giant, will create a new corporate structure to integrate key functions of Ambuja Cements and its subsidiary ACC close on the heels of restructuring the ownership composition of its two Indian arms. The new management panel, which will initially drive joint efforts to derive synergies in the areas of supply chain management and shared services such as HR and finance, will come into force from next month.

9.Ambuja Cements to announce its Q2 results on July 24

Ambuja Cements has informed the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) that a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company will be held on July 24.

10.ACC, Ambuja get investors' nod for tech fee to Holcim

ACC and Ambuja Cement have received their investors’ nod for paying a 'technology and know-how' fee of one per cent of the net sales to Holcim Technology for two years, starting 2013. The postal voting, conducted as an ordinary resolution by ACC, was passed with 75.65 per cent of members voting in favour, and 24.30 per cent voting against it. There were 0.05 per cent invalid votes.

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