CMC is the largest cement maker in the world.
It is the biggest cement producer in the Americas.
It was founded by an Indonesian immigrant in 1967.
It employs some 800,000 people in more than 40 countries around the world, according to its website.
But its growth has slowed significantly.
The company reported a net loss of $1.2 billion in the first nine months of 2016, the most recent quarter, compared to a $1 billion loss the previous year.
CMC’s main competitor in the global cement industry is DuPont, which makes cement for the cement industry.
So it’s not as if CMC was a beneficiary of cheap construction labor.
Instead, CMC has been in trouble for a number of reasons, from the price of cement, to the labor shortage, to competition from foreign companies.
In fact, it has struggled to survive on its own.
In 2015, the company laid off about 700 employees.
And in 2016, its stock price plunged about 80% after its quarterly earnings were released.
That was one of several setbacks for the CMI group.
The company was founded in 1967 by an immigrant in Indonesia.
It employed some 800.000 people worldwide.
In the first 9 months of this year, the cement maker reported a $2 billion loss.
CMI’s biggest competitor in cement production is Du Pont.
So, in the eyes of some, CMI is the victim of cheap Chinese construction labor, and that’s something that the company’s CEO, Anand Jain, is trying to change.
“The Chinese industry has been a big contributor to our revenue,” Jain said in a press release.
“They are the largest supplier of cement to us.
We are trying to develop a strong manufacturing base, and I think the fact that they have so much of their work done by the Chinese community is important.
I think it is important for the industry, too.”
CMC will try to make things better.
Jain says CMC plans to invest $300 million in its headquarters in Singapore.
He also said that it will set up a factory in Mexico that will employ up to 100 people, a large-scale construction project in India that is expected to cost $200 million, and the construction of a factory that will be able to handle 1 million cubic meters of cement per day.
The CMC group has already signed agreements to supply cement in the United States, Australia, and Canada.
Its goal is to have the cement ready for export by the end of 2021.
The U.S. market has already seen more than $600 million in cement shipments.
At the same time, Jain is working on a strategy that will ensure CMC remains competitive in the Asian market.
He wants the company to develop the same strategy that he used to keep CMC from being an industry leader in cement.
He said the company will start by working with suppliers to find a manufacturing partner, then develop a manufacturing and logistics infrastructure.
He said that, if successful, CMP will also start working with international suppliers to improve its supply chain.
CMC’s goal is for the company, like other Chinese cement producers, to be able do this on its terms, and not on those of the rest of the world by having a monopoly.
Jain has tried to be careful about what he wants CMC to do.
For example, he said that the Chinese government should give CMC a greater say in the supply chain, something he says the government should do.
“If we can control what is being done to us, and if we can be a partner, that would be great,” Jains said.
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