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Japan rubber stocks rise 4.1 percent to 18,094 tonnes

TOKYO, Feb 17 (Reuters) – Crude rubber inventories at Japanese ports rose 4.1 percent from 10 days earlier to 18,094 tonnes as of Feb. 10, data from the Rubber Trade Association of Japan showed on Monday.

The inventories have been steadily increasing since last October.

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

Type

Feb 10

Jan 31

Jan 20

Jan 10

Dec 31

Dec 20

Crude rubber

18,094

 17,387

15,474

13,164

12,560

11,965

Natural Latex

526

556

531

547

584

560

Synthetic solid

1,139

 1,215

1,176

 1,267

1,216

1,234

Synthetic Latices*

 23

23

23

 23

23

 23

Notes: *D.R.C

(Reporting by Fumika Inoue; Editing by Subhranshu Sahu)

 

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