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Cambodia: Falling rubber prices causing concern

Rubber being harvested at a farm in Ratanakkiri. KT/ Chor Sokunthea The price of rubber has fallen markedly in recent months due to a slowdown...

Cambodia’s rubber exports show 23% increase, but prices decline

A young girl extracts rubber sap from a tree. The Kingdom exported 48,192 tonnes of rubber in the first quarter of this year. POST...

Supply and demand two Wangjiao price shocks

Overall, the output and demand in the second quarter will gradually increase. Due to the impact of El Niño's climate, there is still considerable...

Synthetic rubber development could yield improved truck tires

POTSDAM, Germany — Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institutes for Applied Polymer Research in Germany have developed a polyisoprene synthetic rubber they claim can exceed...

Synthetic rubber outperforms natural rubber

Initial testing of tires made from the nature-identical, biomimetic synthetic rubber BISYKA shows that they achieve around 30 to 50 percent less abrasion compared...

Natural rubber: waiting for demand to digest inventory

According to the seasonal law, in early February, Vietnam and northern Thailand entered a period of cessation. In mid-February, southern Thailand, Malay Peninsula, and...

Bear to cow? 2019 rubber industry has more variables

abstract In 2019, the global supply of natural rubber is still in surplus, but it is necessary to pay attention to the impact of El...

Cambodia’s rubber export up 15 pct last year

PHNOM PENH, Jan. 28 (Xinhua) -- Cambodia had exported 217,500 tons of dry rubber in 2018, up 15 percent from a year earlier, according...

Old rubber plantations wiping out profits of Harrisons Malayalam

Restrictions on felling old rubber trees and absence of replanting seems to have made a dent on profitability of Harrisons Malayalam, the largest rubber...

Thailand takes hatchet to rubber trees in plan to cut output...

BANGKOK • Thailand, the world’s largest rubber exporter, plans to cut production by a third over the next five years in an attempt to lift...