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INFORME ANUAL CEMEX 2011

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ÍNDICE 2> DATOS FINANCIEROS RELEVANTES 3> CARTA A LOS ACCIONISTAS 5> TRANSFORMANDO NUESTRO MUNDO 12> INFORMACIÓN FINANCIERA SELECTA CONSOLIDADA 14> NUESTRA EMPRESA 17> DISCUSIÓN Y ANÁLISIS DE RESULTADOS 18> RESUMEN GLOBAL DE OPERACIONES 22> INICIATIVAS DE MERCADOS DE CAPITAL Y OTROS EVENTOS RELEVANTES 25> ESTADOS FINANCIEROS 105> TÉRMINOS QUE UTILIZAMOS 106> CONSEJO DE ADMINISTRACIÓN 107> COMITÉ EJECUTIVO 109> INFORMACIÓN PARA MEDIOS E INVERSIONISTAS

CEMEX está enfocado en una rigurosa transformación para aprovechar el valor aún no capturado en toda nuestra organización y para recuperar nuestra posición como el líder de creación de valor de nuestra industria. Mediante la transformación de nuestra empresa, haciéndola más eficiente, más ágil, más emprendedora y más enfocada al cliente, nos preparamos para un futuro de crecimiento rentable y sustentable.

CEMEX es una compañía global de materiales para la industria de la construcción que ofrece productos de alta calidad y servicios confiables a clientes y comunidades en más de 50 países del mundo. CEMEX mantiene su trayectoria de beneficiar a quienes sirve a través de la constante búsqueda de soluciones innovadoras para la industria, mejoras en eficiencia y promoviendo un futuro sustentable.

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