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BusinessToday.In | May 28, 2020

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Cement production to witness steepest fall ever of upto 30% in FY21
With India's economy headed towards its fourth ever recession in fiscal 2021, production of cement in the country is likely to witness its steepest ever decline in a year of about 30 percent, ratings agency Care Ratings has said in its latest report. India is world's second largest consumer as well as producer of cement.
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