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Steel and Cements accounts more than 10 percent at construction activities in Sri Lanka

ConstructionMay 4, 2020
Steel and Cements accounts more than 10 percent at construction activities in Sri Lanka
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A study conducted by the Department of Census and Statistics revealed Iron & Steel (14.5%) and Cement (10.7%) are the single most used raw materials in Sri Lanka construction industry activities. The highest percentage (49.7%) recorded from other materials, which comprises many small materials. Mostly those materials have been consumed for all the other construction on activities except for construction on of buildings, roads & railways.

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