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In the Visayas region, there are only two major cement plants, namely the Apo Cement of Cemex and Taiheiyo Cement, which barely provides the requirements of Regions 6, 7, and 8. This allows cement plants from Mindanao, namely, Iligan (Lafarge), Alsons (Holcim) and Davao Union (Holcim) to penetrate the Visayas market

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