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Rubber export of Vietnam in October 2009 on reducing both volume and value (April 11, 2009)

Generally the first 10 months of 2009, rubber exports of the country reached 539 thousand tons, worth $ 823 million, down slightly in volume (down 1.1% in volume), but decreased 76.4% in volume compared with the same period in 2008 although the price of rubber has increased but still low compared with the same period.

Thai rubber exports decline (March 11, 2009)

Causes decreased mainly in water supply is declining due to limited production planned from the beginning of the year and the rains had interrupted harvesting rubber. Rubber production in Thailand in 2009 is expected to reach only 3.07 million tons, down 0.5% compared with 2008.

China expected to double the demand to buy rubber from the domestic market (September 11, 2009)

Water consumption of the world's largest rubber was originally only planned to buy 65,000 tons of rubber to stabilize prices and support people. However, this should increase the demand for the actual purchase volume has nearly doubled compared with expected initially.

Efficient use of stimulants rubber (Ethephon)

One of the stimulant rubber is widely used Ethephon, heading drugs conditioned growth applications in stimulating flowering as mango, pineapple (pineapples), increasing the rate of flower ^ (coconut, secret vote ), disrupt the sleep of some kind of administrative, stimulating the plastic of the tree is so widely used latex in the rubber industry in the world.


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