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MEXICO-CEMEX/
RTX7C97G
January 26, 2020
The logo of Mexican cement maker CEMEX is pictured at a mixed truck at a concrete plant in Monterrey,...
Monterrey, Mexico
The logo of Mexican cement maker CEMEX is pictured at a mixed truck at a concrete plant in Monterrey
The logo of Mexican cement maker CEMEX is pictured at a mixed truck at a concrete plant in Monterrey, Mexico January 25, 2020. Picture taken January 25, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTSE7G
September 10, 2015
A man works on a concrete mixer vehicle at a construction site in Tokyo, September 9, 2015. Japan's core...
Tokyo, Japan
A man works on a concrete mixer vehicle at a construction site in Tokyo
A man works on a concrete mixer vehicle at a construction site in Tokyo, September 9, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly fell 3.6 percent in July from the previous month, Cabinet Office data showed on Thursday, down for a second straight month and casting doubt about the strength of capital expenditures. Picture taken September 9, 2015. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
LAFARGE-HOLCIM/
RTR3KA5J
April 07, 2014
A concrete mixing truck is seen through a hole in a wall at Lafarge concrete production plant in Pantin,...
Pantin, France
A concrete mixing truck is seen through a hole in a wall at Lafarge concrete production plant in Pantin...
A concrete mixing truck is seen through a hole in a wall at Lafarge concrete production plant in Pantin, outside Paris, April 7, 2014. Switzerland's Holcim unveiled a deal to buy France's Lafarge on Monday to create the world's biggest cement maker, with $44 billion of annual sales, and spark a raft of asset sales worldwide to steer it through antitrust rules. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
LAFARGE-HOLCIM/
RTR3KA43
April 07, 2014
Concrete mixing trucks are seen at Lafarge concrete production plant in Pantin, outside Paris, April...
Pantin, France
Concrete mixing trucks are seen at Lafarge concrete production plant in Pantin
Concrete mixing trucks are seen at Lafarge concrete production plant in Pantin, outside Paris, April 7, 2014. Switzerland's Holcim unveiled a deal to buy France's Lafarge on Monday to create the world's biggest cement maker, with $44 billion of annual sales, and spark a raft of asset sales worldwide to steer it through antitrust rules. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
LAFARGE-HOLCIM/
RTR3KA3W
April 07, 2014
People ride their bikes past concrete mixing trucks parked at Lafarge concrete production plant in Pantin,...
Pantin, France
People ride their bikes past concrete mixing trucks parked at Lafarge concrete production plant in Pantin...
People ride their bikes past concrete mixing trucks parked at Lafarge concrete production plant in Pantin, outside Paris, April 7, 2014. Switzerland's Holcim unveiled a deal to buy France's Lafarge on Monday to create the world's biggest cement maker, with $44 billion of annual sales, and spark a raft of asset sales worldwide to steer it through antitrust rules. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
THAILAND-SIAMCEMENT/
RTX1259C
July 30, 2013
A worker walks among a cement truck at a ready mixed concrete plant of Siam Cement in Nonthaburi province,...
Nonthaburi, Thailand
A worker walks among a cement truck at a ready mixed concrete plant of Siam Cement in Nonthaburi province...
A worker walks among a cement truck at a ready mixed concrete plant of Siam Cement in Nonthaburi province, on the outskirts of Bangkok July 30, 2013. Siam Cement Pcl, Thailand's largest industrial conglomerate, is finally catching up with the capacity it overbuilt before the Asian financial crisis as it feeds demand from frontier markets including Myanmar and Cambodia. Picture taken July 30, 2013. REUTERS/Kerek Wongsa (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS)
THAILAND-SIAMCEMENT/
RTX1259B
July 30, 2013
A worker stands on a cement truck at a ready mixed concrete plant of Siam Cement in Nonthaburi province,...
Nonthaburi, Thailand
A worker stands on a cement truck at a ready mixed concrete plant of Siam Cement in Nonthaburi province...
A worker stands on a cement truck at a ready mixed concrete plant of Siam Cement in Nonthaburi province, on the outskirts of Bangkok July 30, 2013. Siam Cement Pcl, Thailand's largest industrial conglomerate, is finally catching up with the capacity it overbuilt before the Asian financial crisis as it feeds demand from frontier markets including Myanmar and Cambodia. Picture taken July 30, 2013. REUTERS/Kerek Wongsa (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS)
THAILAND-SIAMCEMENT/
RTX1259A
July 30, 2013
A worker climbs on a cement truck at a ready mixed concrete plant of Siam Cement in Nonthaburi province,...
Nonthaburi, Thailand
A worker climbs on a cement truck at a ready mixed concrete plant of Siam Cement in Nonthaburi province...
A worker climbs on a cement truck at a ready mixed concrete plant of Siam Cement in Nonthaburi province, on the outskirts of Bangkok July 30, 2013. Siam Cement Pcl, Thailand's largest industrial conglomerate, is finally catching up with the capacity it overbuilt before the Asian financial crisis as it feeds demand from frontier markets including Myanmar and Cambodia. Picture taken July 30, 2013. REUTERS/Kerek Wongsa (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS)
THAILAND-SIAMCEMENT/
RTX12599
July 30, 2013
A worker cleans a cement truck at a ready mixed concrete plant of Siam Cement in Nonthaburi province,...
Nonthaburi, Thailand
A worker cleans a cement truck at a ready mixed concrete plant of Siam Cement in Nonthaburi province
A worker cleans a cement truck at a ready mixed concrete plant of Siam Cement in Nonthaburi province, on the outskirts of Bangkok July 30, 2013. Siam Cement Pcl, Thailand's largest industrial conglomerate, is finally catching up with the capacity it overbuilt before the Asian financial crisis as it feeds demand from frontier markets including Myanmar and Cambodia. Picture taken July 30, 2013. REUTERS/Kerek Wongsa (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS)
WATER-SOUTHASIA/
RTR3580K
July 23, 2012
Engineers and workers work at the tunnels of Kishanganga power project in Gurez, 160 km (99 miles) north...
Gurez, India
Engineers and workers work at the tunnels of Kishanganga power project in Gurez
Engineers and workers work at the tunnels of Kishanganga power project in Gurez, 160 km (99 miles) north of Srinagar June 21, 2012. A U.S. intelligence report in February warned fresh water supplies are unlikely to keep up with global demand by 2040, increasing political instability, hobbling economic growth and endangering world food markets. A "water war" is unlikely in the next decade, it said, but beyond that rising demand and scarcities due to climate change and poor management will increase the risk of conflict. That threat is possibly nowhere more apparent than in South Asia, home to a fifth of humanity and rife with historical tensions, mistrust and regional rivalries. Picture taken June 21, 2012. To match Feature WATER-SOUTHASIA/ REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
SOLIDERE/
RTR289DE
September 25, 2009
Cranes at Beirut's downtown construction site, developed by Lebanon's biggest company and real estate...
Beirut, Lebanon
Cranes at Beirut's downtown construction site, developed by Lebanon's biggest company and real estate...
Cranes at Beirut's downtown construction site, developed by Lebanon's biggest company and real estate firm, Solidere, operate in Beirut, September 25, 2009. Shares in Lebanese real estate firm Solidere rallied for a second day on Friday, boosted by expectations of progress towards the formation of a new goverment, traders said. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi (LEBANON BUSINESS)
GERMANY-BUILDING/COLLAPSE
RTXCB4P
March 03, 2009
A concrete mixing carrier truck is pictured in front of the remains of the collapsed building of the...
Cologne, Germany
A concrete mixing carrier truck is pictured in front of the collapsed building town archive of German...
A concrete mixing carrier truck is pictured in front of the remains of the collapsed building of the town archive of the German city of Cologne, March 3, 2009. A multi-storey building containing thousands of historical records collapsed into a heap of rubble in the city of Cologne on Tuesday, injuring at least one person and possibly trapping others. Local fire services in Germany's fourth biggest city said that nine people had been reported missing after the collapse of the historical town archive and two neighbouring buildings. Sniffer dogs were out in search for those missing, they said.
REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-BUILDING/COLLAPSE
RTXCB3W
March 03, 2009
Members of the emergency services gather near to the collapsed building of the town archive of the German...
Cologne, Germany
Members of the emergency services gather near to remains of town archive of German city of Cologne
Members of the emergency services gather near to the collapsed building of the town archive of the German city of Cologne, March 3, 2009. More than 200 rescue workers rushed to the scene in the south of the city after the collapse of the multi-storey building, which German media said may have been sparked by work on an underground train line. At least one person was injured and possibly others are trapped inside, a Cologne police spokesman said, adding the cause for the collapse was still unclear. In background is Cologne Cathedral. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/
RTR22EHE
December 09, 2008
A cement truck is reflected in an office building's windows as it drives down a freeway in Sydney December...
Sydney, Australia
Cement truck is reflected in an office building's windows as it drives down a freeway in Sydney
A cement truck is reflected in an office building's windows as it drives down a freeway in Sydney December 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
IRAQ/FALLUJA
RTX452D
November 28, 2007
Labourers work on a road project in Falluja, 50 km (30 miles) west of Baghdad November 22, 2007. Falluja,...
Falluja, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/FALLUJA
Labourers work on a road project in Falluja, 50 km (30 miles) west of Baghdad November 22, 2007. Falluja, once the heart of Iraq's bloody insurgency, is hoping to trade mortar bombs for brick and mortar construction as the city seeks to repair war wounds and renew frayed public works. Picture taken November 22, 2007. To match feature IRAQ/FALLUJA. REUTERS/Mohanned Faisal (IRAQ)
BRIDGE/COLLAPSE
RTR1SKME
August 06, 2007
A clean-up crew works around a toppled cement mixing truck that lies amidst the wreckage of the collapsed...
Minneapolis, UNITED STATES
A clean-up crew works around a toppled cement mixing truck that lies amidst the wreckage of the collapsed...
A clean-up crew works around a toppled cement mixing truck that lies amidst the wreckage of the collapsed Interstate 35W bridge that spans the Mississippi River near Minneapolis August 6, 2007. REUTERS/Eric Miller (UNITED STATES)
INDIA/
RTR1NNVX
March 19, 2007
Indian labourers work at a construction site of an upcoming large shopping mall in Mumbai March 19, 2007....
Mumbai, India
Indian labourers work at a construction site of an upcoming large shopping mall in Mumbai
Indian labourers work at a construction site of an upcoming large shopping mall in Mumbai March 19, 2007. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
SLOVAKIA-ENEL/NUCLEAR
RTR1NI0Z
March 15, 2007
A vehicle travels past the Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant cooling towers in Mochovce March 15, 2007. Slovakia's...
Mochovce, Slovakia
A vehicle travels past the Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant cooling towers in Mochovce
A vehicle travels past the Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant cooling towers in Mochovce March 15, 2007. Slovakia's main power producer Slovenske Elektrarne (SE), owned by Italy's Enel, is considering borrowing 840 million euros ($1.1 billion) to finance construction of the third and fourth blocks of Slovakia's Mochovce nuclear power plant, Giancarlo Aquilanti, Director of Mochovce 3-4, said. REUTERS/David W Cerny (SLOVAKIA)
INDIA
RTR15L6A
July 19, 2005
An Indian labourer emerges from a cement mixing truck in the western Indian city of Bombay July 19, 2005....
Bombay, India
An Indian labourer emerges from a cement mixing truck in Bombay.
An Indian labourer emerges from a cement mixing truck in the western Indian city of Bombay July 19, 2005. Hundreds of millions of Indians, including children and elders, struggle to survive on less than $1 a day. PICTURES OF THE MONTH, JULY 2005 REUTERS/Adeel Halim AH/VM/YH
INDIA
RTRI0K3
July 19, 2005
An Indian labourer emerges from a cement mixing truck in the western Indian city of Bombay July 19, 2005....
Bombay, India
An Indian labourer emerges from a cement mixing truck in Bombay.
An Indian labourer emerges from a cement mixing truck in the western Indian city of Bombay July 19, 2005. Hundreds of millions of Indians, including children and elders, struggle to survive on less than $1 a day. REUTERS/Adeel Halim AH/VM/YH
INDIA
RTRHZ8R
July 19, 2005
An Indian labourer emerges from a cement mixing truck in the western Indian city of Bombay July 19, 2005....
Bombay, India
An Indian labourer emerges from a cement mixing truck in Bombay.
An Indian labourer emerges from a cement mixing truck in the western Indian city of Bombay July 19, 2005. Hundreds of millions of Indians, including children and elders, struggle to survive on less than $1 a day. ODLY REUTERS/Adeel Halim AH/VM/CN
KOREA STRIKE
RTRKAVP
July 03, 2001
Unionised workers from Yujin construction Co shout slogans near the government complex in seoul July...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
UNIONISED WORKERS SHOUT SLOGANS IN SEOUL.
Unionised workers from Yujin construction Co shout slogans near the government complex in seoul July 3, 2001. About 200 cement-mixing truck and tower crane operators have been striking since May 25 to both demand higher salaries and to persuade the government to allow them union status. South Korea's hard-line the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions plan to hold a nationwide general strike on Thursday.

YUN/PB
SOUTH KOREA
RTXKKG7
June 24, 2001
South Korean protesters brandish a hatchet in front of riot police during a protest in Seoul June 23,...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean protesters brandish a hatchet in front of riot police during a protest in Seoul June 23.....
South Korean protesters brandish a hatchet in front of riot police during a protest in Seoul June 23, 2001. Riot police used hatchets on Tuesday to disperse about 300 unionised cement-mixing truck and tower crane operators who had been on strike for one week. About 1,000 protesters from the hardline Korea Confederation of Trade Unions staged the rally, demanding and end to government-led economic restructuring, and calling for a nation-wide strike on July 5 to step up its fight.
MEDIA KOREA STRIKE
RTRJW3X
June 23, 2001
South Korean protesters brandish a hatchet in front of riot police during a protest in Seoul June 23,...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
SOUTH KOREAN UNIONISED WORKERS BRANDISH A HATCHET WHILE FACING RIOT POLICE IN SEOUL.
South Korean protesters brandish a hatchet in front of riot police during a protest in Seoul June 23, 2001. Riot police used hatchets on Tuesday to disperse about 300 unionised cement-mixing truck and tower crane operators who had been on strike for one week. About 1,000 protesters from the hardline Korea Confederation of Trade Unions staged the rally, demanding and end to government-led economic restructuring, and calling for a nation-wide strike on July 5 to step up its fight.

YUN/JD
KOREA STRIKE
RTRGNSD
April 06, 2001
Unionised workers at Yujin Transportation Co chant slogans during a protest rally near the Seoul World...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
UNION WORKERS CHANT SLOGANS NEAR THE WORLD CUP STADIUM IN SEOUL.
Unionised workers at Yujin Transportation Co chant slogans during a protest rally near the Seoul World Cup stadium, currently under construction in Seoul April 6, 2001. About 200 protesters from the hard-line Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, mostly cement-mixing truck drivers and tower crane operators, demanded higher salaries and better working conditions. They also sought the government to approve their status as an official labour group. Headband reads "Defend the right to live to the last".

YUN/DL
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