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CRH disposed €1 billion of assets in 2015

The building materials company made a series of divestments and acquisitions last year

8th January, 2016
CRH sticks to 2016 targets

International building materials group CRH disposed of €1 billion worth of its assets in 2015.

The company previously announced sales of its clay and concrete operations in Britain and its clay business in the US, which was worth €0.43 billion, plus several other divestments across Europe and the Americas for a total of €0.53 billion.

In 2015, the group also made 20 bolt-on acquisitions and investments. These deals, together with the acquisition of assets from building...

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