Jordan cement is the world’s most expensive cement, and that was before it went on sale last year.
Now, the U, with an eye toward boosting its exports, has its biggest competitor in the market.
Jordan cement, which is made from lime and sand, has overtaken the U.’s domestically made cement in popularity and production, according to research firm IHS Markit.
It now accounts for more than half of the global market for cement, according a report released Monday.
“It is the cement of choice for the U., especially in the construction sector and as a key ingredient for cement production in the U,” said Andrew Schoelzer, a senior analyst at IHS, referring to the cement used in concrete and asphalt.
“Cement, like cement, is very durable.
You could drill a hole in it and it would take years to break down.
And with its low cost, it’s a good substitute for cement for home construction.”
The U.K. is now Jordan’s biggest supplier of cement, with exports to the U topping $2 billion in 2017, according the firm.
The U., meanwhile, is building a network of factories that can manufacture the cement and the cement can be exported to other markets, according Jordan’s Ministry of Finance.
It is also developing its own cement production.
The United States is the biggest importer of cement and it accounts for almost two-thirds of global exports, according IHS.
Jordan is also the biggest exporter of lime and is in the process of upgrading its lime and silt production to match the U’s needs.
The cement industry has become one of the world ‘s most diversified sectors, as the cement market expanded as demand for cement and other raw materials has increased, said Dan Cappuccio, a vice president at the consultancy Gensler, who specializes in cement supply chains.
“Jordan cement is a major player in cement markets around the world,” he said.
“The cement is used for all types of cement production, from concrete to asphalt and to asphalt mixed with other materials, including cement, to asphalt cement.”
Cappucio said Jordan cement’s demand for the lime and its use in the cement industry is increasing in the years ahead, but it will still be the U ‘s biggest export market.
“We are hoping to see more and more U.N. mandarins and other international suppliers of cement enter the market,” he added.
“However, the demand for Jordan cement and cement in general is still very high, and we need to get more concrete produced.”
In the U.-backed Middle East peace process, Jordan is the first Arab country to join a bloc of countries that includes Israel, Egypt, the Palestinian Authority and Syria.
The pact was negotiated by Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey and Saudi Arabia.
Jordan has been an important U.F.O. ally in the Middle East, hosting several U.C.B. military bases, including bases in Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar.
The country has been a key supplier of materiel to the Arab countries, particularly Israel, the IHS report said.
Jordan also has a close relationship with Egypt, which has been fighting a brutal civil war with the Islamic State group.
Egypt and the U.”s support for the Palestinian cause has been critical to the success of the U-backed Palestinian Authority.
The new U.A.P. government in Cairo has vowed to fight against terrorism and terrorism financing, and has been building new security facilities in the Sinai Peninsula and Gaza.