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Global price rally may reduce rubber imports further

If the local market is not able to meet the requirement of the tyre industry, then it may go for import of natural rubber...

Natural rubber futures already have the conditions to do more, seize...

On the one hand, the overall supply and demand pattern of rubber is expected to improve. On the other hand, the current price of rubber...

Hujiao rhythm pattern has good support and solid foundation

On the one hand, the overall supply and demand pattern of rubber is expected to improve. On the other hand, the current price of rubber...

Lack of more support rubber callback continues

Market review: On December 24, rubber continued to fall. The Hujiao main 2005 contract closed at 10875 (10, 0.09%) yuan / ton, and closed at...

Natural rubber “disasters and hardships” in 2019

First, the price According to the monitoring data of the business agency, compared with the price of more than 40,000 a ton, the natural rubber...

The storage of new rubber is slower than previous years

On the evening of December 4, a Thai government spokesman said that the Thai cabinet approved a 20-year plan that includes reducing the planting...

The pattern of rubber shocks continues

Disk situation: RU2001 lighten up incrementally, futures prices closed up slightly. The day closes at 11855, which is + 0.3% over the previous trading day;...

Challenging prospects for rubber industry: Report

The market conditions seem to be challenging for the natural rubber (NR) industry, as demand is caught up in the prevailing disarray in global...

ANRPC Appoints RB Premadasa as Secretary-General

The Assembly of the Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries (ANRPC) has appointed R B Premadasa, Director-General of the Rubber Development Department of Sri...

Global natural rubber output fall may impact import to India

Kochi: Anticipated rise in global prices due to heavy natural rubber output fall in major producing country may curb its import to India. Declining consumption...