LAFARGE Holcim is a leading global construction materials and solutions provider. Its Zimbabwean subsidiary has the capacity to produce 450 000 tons of cement annually.  As the country’s construction industry starts ticking on the back of improved economic activity, the market has experienced shortages and a steep increase in cement prices. The Financial Gazette’s Features Editor Tabitha Mutenga (TM) sat down Lafarge Holcim Zimbabwe (Lafarge)’s Egyptian chief executive Amal Tantawi (AT) to discuss the market’s dynamics and the group’s strategy going forward. Below are the excerpts of the interview. TM: You have been chief executive at Lafarge for some time, what has been your experience, and how does Zimbabwe’s cement industry compare with the rest of the continent? AT: The cement industry in…