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M'sian rubber market likely to be quiet this week The Star (Malaysia)
Quiet week ahead for rubber market Business Times (Malaysia)
Ceat looks for partner for Bangladesh factory Business Standard (India)
Resolution to tyre-recycling bungle sought Business Day (South Africa)
Supermax to produce 10 billion pieces of nitrile, rubber gloves per annum by 2013 Borneo Post (Malaysia)
Bridgestone invests in new Bt19bn plant The Nation (Thailand)
Truck tyres speed up on road to faster radialisation MyDigitalFC (India)
Balkrishna Industries can move to Rs 300: SP Tulsian MoneyControl (India)
Eco-friendly tyres that save fuel SME Times (India)
Booming car sales in India push up tyre demand and signal opportunity for Thai rubber exporters. Bangkok Post (Thailand)
Global rubber output seen up 2.6 percent Business Recorder (Pakistan / Malaysia)
Man dies after industrial tire explodes during installation at Ala. service center The Republic (US - Alabama)
Proposal to require rubber strips on Amish wheels gets no traction in Ky. legislature The Republic (US - Kentucky)
Boise Tire loses its appeal of $3 million verdict Idaho Statesman (US - Idaho)
Dengue: This time it's for sure! Pakistan Today (Pakistan)