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India: Higher prices, supply woes to drive up rubber imports

KOCHI, SEPTEMBER 6 The domestic rubber shortage due to the recent floods in Kerala is likely to perk up imports, which are likely to hit...

India: Naural rubber import to touch a record 5.3-5.5 lakh tonnes...

Natural Rubber accounts for over 20% of Kerala’s total area under cultivation and Kerala contributes to the largest share (84%) of output in the...

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...

India: Rains hit rubber output

Weekly production down by 500 tonnes after Kerala deluge KOCHI, AUGUST 27 Production of rubber is certain to see a fall this year, with plantations in...

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...

Natural rubber: Feeling the pressure

It has been a tough year so far for natural rubber longs, with RSS3 futures in Singapore falling by almost 10% since the start...

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...

India: Tyre industry hit as Q1 output of natural rubber falls...

The country's output of natural rubber (NR) in this financial year's first quarter stood at a six-year low of 126,000 tonnes, while consumption was...