Lafarge sales rise

15 April 2008

Lafarge saw its revenues rise +11,7% last year to € 16,9 billion, from € 14,5 billion in 2005. The biggest increase was in its Aggregates & Concrete businesses, where sales rose +19,6% to € 6,44 billion. Its biggest division, Cement, saw a +16,0% rise in sales to € 8,85 billion, while the Gypsum division's revenues were up +10,1% to € 1,61 billion.

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