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(From The Jakarta Post)
from THE JAKARTA POST -- MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 2007 -- PAGE 13 Even though its production facilities were ruined and 182 employees killed or missing after the tsunami that devastated Aceh on December 26, 2004, France-based company Lafarge, which owns PT Semen Andalas Indonesia, has opted to stay in the province
The world's largest cement producer officially opened a cement packing terminal there last week as part of its post-tsunami recovery projects. These also include the construction of an upgraded cement plant and coal-fired power plant
The company will spend a total of US$150 million for the project, making it the largest industrial investor in Aceh
Below are excerpts from an interview with PT Semen Andalas president director Marcel Cobuz about the company's plans and expectations for running a business in Indonesia, especially in still-recovering Aceh
Lafarge is probably one of the foreign companies hit hardest by the tsunami, Why did Lafarge decide to stay on …