Portlanders are struggling to cope with a steep rise in cement prices.
As demand has risen, prices have risen as well.
The rise has been a major contributor to the construction sector’s slump, with a major spike in prices hitting cement suppliers in 2017.
The cement industry has seen a huge spike in price since Trump took office.
But, as the economy continues to struggle and businesses are still struggling to get by, cement has been hit hard.
The Portland cement shortage has created a severe problem for the city’s cement industry, according to Portland-based developer Elmer’s Rubber cement.
The company has been struggling to keep up with demand in the Portland cement market, and it’s seen a large jump in prices since Trump’s inauguration.
Now, it’s reporting a jump of 1,000% to its 2018 market share.
The company also says that the demand for cement has increased significantly since Trump won the presidency.
In fact, Portland cement accounted for more than half of the market share for the first six months of this year, the company said in a statement.
The market share is up from just under 3 percent in 2017, when the shortage hit.
That’s because of the increased demand, which has resulted in more expensive concrete.
The shortage of cement also has a direct impact on the economy.
The cement industry employs about 50,000 people and employs almost 1 million people across the country.
While cement is cheap, the demand and supply are constantly changing.
In order to maintain a stable market, cement manufacturers have had to adjust and create more demand to meet demand.
The demand for concrete is also shifting from the cement industry to the cement and concrete processing industry.
The process is one of the largest in the US, and has seen its market share jump from around 3 percent of the cement supply in 2017 to over 10 percent now.
The processing industry, which is in turn one of Portland’s largest employers, is also struggling.
It’s seen its share of the supply decline from around 5 percent in the past to around 2 percent now, according the Portland City Council.
“This situation is going to take some time to stabilize,” said Michael A. Winterer, an analyst at Moody’s Analytics.
“The fact that this is happening so quickly and it affects so many people, we can’t see it happening on its own.”
A spokesperson for Elmer Rubber said that while it has had to “adjust” its operations, it has been “very, very fortunate.”
Portland cement was one of Elmer Manufacturing’s biggest suppliers.
But now, the cement has seen an influx of foreign demand, according Elmer.
Elmer has been making more of its cement in the United States, and that’s been a boon for its profits.
The price of cement is now down from about $2 per metric ton of cement in 2016 to just under $1.50 this year.
The situation is “very difficult” for Portland cement, but the city has the resources to manage it, said Winterers.
That said, the city can’t rely on imports to keep its cement supply running.
Elmers has been looking for other sources of cement to supply the demand, but it has to keep finding new sources.
The lack of supplies means that Portland cement businesses are going to have to cut back on services, such as cleaning, said Steve Mowat, a cement consultant.
The city will have to rely more on the local processing industry and that could be a challenge, he added.
It’s unclear how long Portland cement will continue to see an influx in demand.
Elver Rubber says it has not seen a spike in demand for its cement.