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Rubber Imports by China May Climb by 10% on Carmaker Demand, Citic Says Bloomberg (China)
Xingda International placement upsized to $125 million Finance Asia (Hong Kong)
Rubber Climbs as China Car Sales Send Shanghai to Two-Year High Bloomberg (Japan)
Spot rubber gains on covering buys The Hindu Business Line (India)
Rise in spot rubber India Infoline (India)
BMW, VW plants down as component strike enters second day Creamer's Engineering News (South Africa)
Scrap Import Duty For Used Tyres, Says TRMAM Bernama (Malaysia)
Global RFID Market Continues to Grow PCB007 (UK - Cambridge)
Continental needs over Â£7b to cover debts Business Times (Malaysia)
Ashok Leyland sales growth robust Live Mint (India)
Tyre stocks on a roll after robust auto sales in August 2010 India Infoline (India)
Malaysian rubber outlook to improve The Star (Malaysia)
Malaysia rubber exports to hit RM11.1b Business Times (Malaysia)
GM China's auto sales up 19.2% in August Xinhua (China)
GM unveils Chevy EV at the Expo Xinhua (China)
Newspaper article documents Goodyear's history in Livonia HomeTownLife (US - Michigan)
Tyre pressure survey shames Dundee drivers Courier (UK - Scotland)