* Bridgestone buys RSS3, SIR20 grades * China sniffs around, awaits correction in futures market * Tokyo rubber drops 1 pct as oil reverses gains By Lewa Pardomuan SINGAPORE, July 29 (Reuters) - Japan's largest tyre maker, Bridgestone Corp , struck deals to buy more Thai and Indonesian rubber, while other physical buyers stayed away from the physical market as Tokyo futures reversed gains on Wednesday. Supplies were tight in Thailand and Malaysia due to heavy rains while the dry ...
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