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Tokyo rubber hurt by yen, but oil lends support Reuters (Japan)
Nizhnekamskneftekhim outlines major investment plans [in butyl rubber] Chemical Week via Yarns & Fibers (Russia / India)
Rubber World Industries expects to double revenues to Dhs60m in 2008 AME INfo (United Arab Emirates)
Dunlop India is not a sick company anymore The Calcutta Telegraph (India)
Apollo Tyres to invest E200 million in Hungary plant Press Trust of India via Trading markets (India)
India announces scheme to boost rubber production Thai-Indian News (India)
Cabinet nod for rubber project in Kerala The Hindu (India)
Uganda: Tyre Importers to Get Maker's Certificate New Vision (Uganda)
Tanzania: General Tyre Turns to Government East African Business Week (Tanzania)
Tire recyclers tackle smell - $3.5 million in spending The Record (Canada - Quebec)
PSA Peugeot Citroen ups China sourcing China Daily (China)
Feb. passenger vehicle sales down in China from month ago Chinaview.cn (China)
Trivia Tidbits: Rubber band received patent in 1845 Wicked Local (US)
Balloon release at Alnwick Sainsbury's cancelled amid environmental fear Northumberland Gazette (UK)
Man Admits Selling Cocaine Out Of His Tyler Tire Shop Tyler Paper (US - Texas)