MUMBAI, Dec 24 (Reuters) - The tight natural rubber supply situation in the world market "is likely to be aggravated further" in February-May 2011, the group responsible for 92 percent of global output said, as it is the seasonal lean tapping period. "As consuming industry normally goes for large volume purchases before the supply enters wintering lean season starting end of February, the demand is likely to gain further momentum in January," the Association of Natural Rubber Producing ...
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