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World Rubber Demand Slowdown to Weigh on Prices Through 2020
14.08.2015

World Rubber Demand Slowdown to Weigh on Prices Through 2020

World demand for natural rubber will probably slow through 2016 as consumption growth weakens in China, the biggest importer, curbing prices of the raw material used in everything from tires to medical gloves and condoms.

Thailand's rubber prices will increase by rain reduced yields
Thailand's rubber prices will increase by rain reduced yields

13.11.2009

According to Reuters, traders and industry leaders forecast Thailand's rubber supply physical rubber producing countries of the world's largest will be scarce in a few weeks, the rainfall in areas along the Gulf of Thailand. That will push prices continue to rise in the coming weeks.

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Rubber exports of Vietnam to reach a billion USD
Rubber exports of Vietnam to reach a billion USD

05.11.2009

On 4-11, in Ho Chi Minh City, the Association of producers of natural rubber (ANRPC) has organized an annual conference with the theme rubber overcome crises and opportunities for natural rubber.

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Thai rubber exports decline
Thai rubber exports decline

05.11.2009

Export of natural rubber in Thailand in 9/2009 reduced 22.8% (equivalent to 214.341 tons reduction) compared with September 2008.

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World rubber market on October 30, 2009: price increases
World rubber market on October 30, 2009: price increases

31.10.2009

Tokyo rubber market price increases at the opening transaction on October 30 oil price trends. The rubber prices increased today due to bad weather also affect production in key producing countries.

New figures published showed the U.S. economy growing again in the third quarter of this year is raises hopes of economic recovery in the world, increasing demand for many commodities, including rubber.

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Production of rubber three leading export restrictions lifted
Production of rubber three leading export restrictions lifted

27.10.2009

Rubber prices have increased 120% from a record low of the month in December 2008; Export Restrictions have been relaxed gradually since june 2009; Concerned about the impact of dry weather for the production.
Three rubber producing countries in the world - Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia - have stopped the policy limit rubber export prices increase after recent strong.

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Prices of natural rubber last October
Prices of natural rubber last October

24.10.2009

Economists predict rubber market from now to end in October will be moderated by supply scarcity in the main producing countries and oil prices rise, while demand is expected to firm from China.

According to a survey of 10 analysts conducted by Reuters news agency, the average price of rubber on the Tokyo market term major projects 3/2010 will be at 190 yen (2.11 dollars) per kg in late October , lower than 196.7 yen level in late September, and lower than 7.3% compared to the 205 yen forecast feedback early September.

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Thailand wants to increase prices of rubber items
Thailand wants to increase prices of rubber items

22.10.2009

Thai Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban said that the country produced the world's largest rubber is found to increase rubber prices up over 80 baht / kg. To do this, Thailand has been working with Indonesia and Malaysia - two other major producing countries for the purpose of uniform price of rubber.

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