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Yokohama, Toshiba plan expansion in Philippines Manila Standard (Philippines)
Global cues sap spot rubber The Hindu Business Line (India)
Spot rubber rules weak India Infoline (India)
Rubber Drops to 13-Month Low as Europe Crisis May Stall Recovery Bloomberg Business (Japan)
Falling India passenger car sales dampens metals, rubber industry Commodity Online (India)
Fire at Shell Singapore refinery in Bukom still (22.30 GMT) burns ICIS (Singapore)
Tyre prices to rise due to increased car demand in emerging markets: report Car Advice (country)
Latex International to acquire full ownership of Pure LatexBliss Furniture Today (US - Connecticut)
London entrepreneur scoops Â£1000 national prize for designing paving slabs that generate energy newbusiness (UK - London)
Chinese investors show interest in expanding businesses in Thailand Pattaya Mail (Thailand)
Michelin's ideas serve as model for Medicare changes Greenville Online (US - South Carolina)
Bridgestone accuses M.P. labour officers of unreasonable demands The Hindu (India)
New data on rubber area to be out by October-end The Hindu Business Line (India)
Tyre prices seen stable next few months The Hindu Business Line (India)
Gorakhali Rubber resumes operation Republica (India)
DA sets up rubber centre Manila Bulletin (Philippines)
Vietnamese firms urged to boost Cambodia trade Viet Nam News (Vietnam)
Korea on mission to secure natural resources Korea Times (Korea)
China's auto exports surge 53.3% in Jan-July Xinhua (China)
Motorists urged to change tyres at 3mm tread depth Galway Advertiser (Ireland)
Illegal tire dumping on the rise in NM, state officials seek public's help The Republic (US - New Mexico)