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Japan rubber stocks as of June 20 fall to lowest since Feb

July 2 (Reuters) – Crude rubber inventories at Japanese ports as of June 20 fell to 12,217 tonnes, down 992 tonnes over a 10-day period to the lowest level since Feb. 28, data from the Rubber Trade Association of Japan showed.

Crude rubber inventories have been on the decline since late April. Inventories as of April 30 exceeded 16,000 tonnes for the first time since June 10, 2007, when inventories totalled 16,717 tonnes.

Following are details of the association’s data (in tonnes):

Type

June 20

June 10

May 31

May 20

 May 10

 Apr 30

Crude rubber

12,217

13,209

 14,244

14,898

15,637

16,094

Natural Latex

404

416

 406

426

370

 349

Synthetic*

 1,293

1,229

 1,365

1,495

 1,334

1,337

Synthetic Latices**

 23

23

23

23

 23

23

Notes: *Solid **D.R.C

(Reporting by Risa Maeda; Editing by Prateek Chatterjee)

Source: Reuters

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