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Thai government to buy rubber to support prices Commodity Online (India)
Spot rubber plummets below Rs 200 a kg The Hindu Business Line (India)
NMCE Rubber slumps on selling pressure Commodity Online (India)
Rubber in Tokyo Falls to Four-Month Low as Japan Quake May Derail Demand Bloomberg (Japan)
B120 floor sought for rubber prices Bangkok Post (Thailand)
Natural rubber market sags on Japan tsunami effect Business Standard (India)
Rubber Slides to Four-Month Low as Demand May Slow Down After Earthquake Bloomberg (Japan)
Gripped with fear over glove factory Free Malaysia Today (Malaysia)
Tyre cos' shares surge; JK Tyre up 11 percent Indian Express (India)
Tyre shares surge as rubber prices ease; JK Tyres up 8.5 percent MoneyControl (India)
Tyre exports climb 17.5 percent in April-Sept 2010 The Hindu Business Line (India)
NMCE Rubber slumps on selling pressure India Infoline (India)
Indian tyre makers may benefit from Japan crisis MyDigitalFC (India)
Way to solve Sabah's rubber woes Daily Express (Malalysia)
Dompok calls for liberalization of Sabah Rubber industry Bernama (Malaysia)
Thailand exporters asked not to export rubber Commodity Online (India)
Government to plant 100,000 trees in 2011 SunStar (Philippines)
End monopoly, liberalise Sabah rubber industry Free Malaysia Today (Malaysia)
Rubber exports bounce along Vietnam.net (Vietnam)
Auto supply challenge if closure lasts long Shanghai Daily (China)
Japanese automakers: China operations unaffected China Daily (China)