By Lewa Pardomuan SINGAPORE, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Japan's largest tyre maker, Bridgestone Corp , was in the market to buy rubber but other manufacturers stayed on the sidelines as poor car sales raised fears of falling demand for the commodity. Declines in TOCOM also put pressure on physical prices, which have fallen more than 10 percent since hitting a 56-year high above $3 a kg in June. Tokyo rubber futures, which hit a six-month low on Monday, set the tone for cash rubber prices. ...
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