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World's Biggest Rubber Growers May Back Physical Market in Benchmark Drive Bloomberg (Thailand)
Rubber prices cool, but not enough to fire up tyre companies Economic Times (India)
Dealers unsure which way rubber will head this week The Star (Malaysia)
Commissioners approve Henniges incentive agreement Godan River (US - Michigan)
Top Glove, Supermax to remain robust despite uncertainties ahead Borneo Post (Malaysia)
Old-School Labor Brawl Erupts at Ohio Tire Plant Wall St Journal (US - Ohio)
Cooper Tire, Union to Resume Talks Wall St Journal (US - Ohio)
Cooper Tire to Buy Serbian Plant - Analyst Blog Stock Market Review (US - Ohio / Serbia)
Bridgestone launches course in safe driving Trade Arabia (Dubai)
Industrial output falls to minus 5.1% in Oct The Hindu Business Line (India)
From trash to tyre shops The Hindu Business Line (India)
Eurozone impact on India Inc (refers to Apollo Tyres) The Hindu Business Line (India)
Indian tyre industry facing threat from cheap Chinese imports Economic Times (India)
Market Could be Phuket's Aim as Rubber Regional Hub Phuket Wan (Thailand)
Natural Rubber Production In October Up 10.4 Per Cent Bernama (Malaysia)
Dongfeng aims to triple own-brand vehicle sales by 2015 Xinhua (China)
Auto industry has powered forward China Daily (China)
Recycled tire program benefits state park playground, landscaping improvements AL.com (US - Alabama)