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Rubber output fall hits tyre makers

Relying on imports as domestic production meets only 55% consumption: ATMA A noticeable fall in natural rubber production in the country has raised concerns in...

As rubber output dips, tyre-makers ask govt to ease supplies

Demand-supply gap rises to 45% during first 10 months this fiscal The tyre industry has voiced its concern over the decline in production of natural...

Natural rubber production declines, demand-supply gap rises to 45%

The tyre manufacturers have asked the government to reduce the import duty for natural rubber to less than 10 per cent. Consumption of natural rubber...

Tyre industry asks govt to ease availability of natural rubber

In a letter to the commerce ministry, the industry has urged the Centre to ease the availability of NR for consuming interests. The dependence on...

Kerala rains hurt rubber production

KOCHI: The supply crunch in the domestic market may push imports of natural rubber this year to a new high despite a steep fall...

Tyre firm margins hit as floods impact rubber tapping in Kerala

Chennai: The devastating floods in Kerala have sharply impacted natural rubber (NR) production and will pinch the tyre industry’s raw material margins. Kerala accounts for...

Rubber buyers set to feel flood after-effect

Rubber buyers may feel the pinch as the country’s largest rubber-producing belt is battling floodwaters and landslides due to excessive rain. Kerala flood havoc...

Rubber prices set to remain firm as floods hit production

Tapping is unlikely to begin soon and it will further reduce the output Prices of natural rubber in the Indian market have remained firm in...

Floods hit rubber output in Kerala, M’sian exports may rise

KOCHI, India/MUMBAI: The death toll from the southern Indian state of Kerala's worst floods in a century has risen to 79, a government official...

India: Rubber output hits a 6-year low of 1.26 LT

Kochi: Natural rubber production has hit a six-year low of 1.26 lakh tonnes in the first quarter of 2018-19 as consumption reached a peak...