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Burning tires: the murky oil business polluting parts of Asia

© Reuters. Steel wire recovered after the pyrolysis process of used tyres is seen at a unit...

In 2018, China’s dependence on synthetic rubber imports climbed to 45.5%

Rubber is divided into natural rubber and synthetic rubber and is an important material. Rubber products such as tires, rubber sheet hoses, and recycled rubber...

To survive trade battles, China manufacturers deploy every weapon they can

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Visitors attend the China Import and Export Fair, also known as Canton Fair,...

Natural rubber/silica technology could lower truck tire rolling resistance

HANOVER, Germany — Rubber reinforcements producer Evonik Industries A.G. has developed a silica/silane technology for use in natural rubber compounds it claims could help...

The output increased slowly in the early stage of cutting, and...

Shanghai Futures Exchange natural rubber (11700, -240.00, -2.01%) 1909 contract rose 65 yuan / ton on April 12, closing at 11,950 yuan / ton,...

Rubber options sell wide-span strategy and have greater profit opportunities

No bright spots on the fundamentals Judging from the global supply and demand situation, it is expected that the supply exceeds demand in 2019, and...

Japanese yen depreciation Tokyo rubber prices continue to rise

The Tokyo morning exchange RSS1909 contract opened at 195.4 yen, up 3.1 yen from the previous trading day. The TSR1910 contract opened at 174.1 yen,...

No Bounce in Sight for Rubber Prices Plagued by Oversupply

There’s no respite for rubber prices weighed down by too much supply as key producers prepare to boost shipments from this month. An agreement by...

Rubber: tight supply, better demand, price rise is expected to rise

abstract In the second quarter, the global natural rubber production was seasonally low, and it is currently in the pre-opening period. Both China and Thailand...

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...