List of countries by cement production

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This is a list of top countries by cement production in 2013 based on USGS Mineral Program Cement Report (February 2014). The US Data includes Production from Puerto Rico as well as the main land.[1]

While the top 3, China, India and USA, didn't change in the last 6 years, between 2005 to 2010 declining US production by 36.5% was noteworthy. In 2011 U.S. Production performed a slight increase (1,8%). The most progressing countries in terms of ranking are Turkey (10th to 4th), Brazil (13th to 5th) and Vietnam (17th to 8th). All top European cement producing countries except Turkey lost their rankings (Spain, Italy, Germany and France), as a result of the global financial crisis.

World Cement production in 2013e:

Rank Country/Region mil Tonnes
1  People's Republic of China 2,300
2  India 280
3  United States 77.8
4  Iran 75
5  Brazil 70
6  Turkey 70
7  Russia 65
8  Viet Nam 65
9  Japan 53
10  Saudi Arabia 50
11  South Korea 49
12  Egypt 46
13  Mexico 36
14  Indonesia 58
15  Thailand 35
16  Germany 34
17  Pakistan 32
18  Italy 29
19  Algeria 21 [2]
 Others 597
2013 World Production 4000

This is a list of countries by cement production in 2005 mostly based on accessed in September 2008.

Cement production:

Rank Country/Region m in million Tonnes
 World 2,310
1  People's Republic of China 1,038
2  India 217
3  United States 100
4  Japan 69
5  Iran 65
6  South Korea 51
7  Spain 50
8  Russia 48
9  Italy 46
10  Turkey 42
11  Thailand 37
12  Indonesia 37
13  Brazil 36
14  Mexico 36
15  Germany 30
16  Egypt 29
17  Viet Nam 29
18  Saudi Arabia 26
19  France 21
20  Bangladesh 20
21  Pakistan 18
22  Malaysia 17.8
23  Greece 15
24  Canada 14.1
25  Philippines 13
26  South Africa 13
27  Poland 12.6
28  Ukraine 12.1
29  United Kingdom 11.4
30  Colombia 11.3 [1]
31  Morocco 11
32  Venezuela 10
33  Algeria 9
34  Australia 9
35  Portugal 9
36  United Arab Emirates 8
37  Argentina 7.5
38  Romania 7
39  Belgium 7
40  Tunisia 6.5
41  North Korea 5.7
42  Republic of China 5.1
43  Uzbekistan 5
44  Syria 4.8
45  Austria 4.7
46  Peru 4.6
47  Jordan 4
48  Switzerland 4
49  Ireland 4
50  Israel 4
51  Chile 3.9
52  Czech Republic 3.9
53  Kazakhstan 3.9
54  Libya 3.6
55  Croatia 3.5
56  Hungary 3.5
57  Slovakia 3.4
58  Lebanon 3.3
59  Belarus 3.1
60  Ecuador 3.1
61  Iraq 3
62  Kuwait 2.7
63  Dominican Republic 2.6
64  Sweden 2.6
65  Oman 2.5
66  Netherlands 2.4
67  Nigeria 2.4
68  Denmark 2.2
69  Serbia 2.2
70  Kenya 2.1
71  Bulgaria 2.1
72  Costa Rica 2
73  Honduras 2
74  Ghana 1.9
75  Cyprus 1.8
76  Guatemala 1.8
77  Senegal 1.7
78  Ethiopia 1.5
79  Yemen 1.5
80  Azerbaijan 1.5
81  Norway 1.5
82  Bolivia 1.4
83  El Salvador 1.4
84  Qatar 1.4
85  Tanzania 1.3
86  Cuba 1.3
87  Finland 1.3
88  Slovenia 1.2
89  Sri Lanka 1.1
90  New Zealand 1.1
91  Uruguay 1
92  Hong Kong 1
93  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1
94  Cameroon 1

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2 <http://www.worldcement.com/news/cement/articles/Cement_sales_rise_in_Colombia_in_2013_688.aspx#.Uwu4ln8gGK0>

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