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Algeria uses natural rubber springs technique for anti-seismic constructions Echorouk (UK / Algeria)
Double the rubber to make Mardec world's No 1 The Star (Malaysia)
Saudi Arabia works on vocational training (sets up RubbeRubber Technology Institute) AME info (Saudi Arabia) (scroll down to last line of article)
ECOWAS bank signs $8 million loan deal with a Nigerian company [Dunlop Nigeria] Journal Chretien (Nigeria)
The future of gloves The Star (Malaysia)
Hard work makes Top Glove top winner The Star (Malaysia)
Ex footballer Fashanu enters tyre sealant business Vanguard (Nigeria)
Hindustan Latex inaugurates condom plant NewIndPress (India)
Rubber giant finds solace in new field [profile of Trit (Choositt) Ophaswongse] Bangkok Post (Thailand)
Passenger car sales rolling with 21.2% rise Shanghai Daily (China)
Daetwyler to sell its precision tubes division to German Benteler Group AFX via Forbes (Switzerland)
German firms retreat from the eastern front Times Online (UK / Germany)