* SIR20 done at 145.50-146.00 cents/lb, lowest since 2008 * RSS3 done at $3.63/kg, weakest since at least January * Tokyo futures near their weakest since January By Lewa Pardomuan SINGAPORE, May 30 (Reuters) - Indonesian rubber was traded at four-year lows this week after Tokyo futures tumbled on worries the debt crisis in Europe could curb demand for commodities, while falling Thai prices spurred buying interest from China, dealers said on Wednesday. SIR20 was traded in a series of deals ...
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