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Zeon to Pay EU Fine for Price Fixing Jiji press (Japan)
Winfield manufacturing plant [Performance Fibers] to close; 93 workers laid off Tuscaloosa News (US - Alabama)
Conveyor belt maker expanding Marysville plant Columbus Business First (US - Ohio)
Tokyo rubber off high, but gains support on oil Reuters (UK)
Forced Labor on Rubber Plantation Narinjara (Burma / Bangladesh)
North Eastern region eyes top slot in rubber production Economic Times (India)
Sime Darby eyes Africa estates, Europe units [for palm oil] Reuters (Malaysia)
China starts auto parts program for [recycling] economy Xinhua (China)
Should You Pave on Tracks or Tires? Equipment Today (US)
Studies say turf isn't hazardous to athletes (letter to the editor) Auburn Citizen (US - New York)
Man Hurt In Tree Incident On Michelin Property WYFF4.com (US - South Carolina)
Tire recycling: ACOA wrote off over $500,000 in taxpayers' money Western Star (Canada - Newfoundland)
London Eye Traps 400 for an Hour Londonnet (UK)