* SIR20, SMR20 traded at record levels * Some consumers still chase December, RSS3 slow By Lewa Pardomuan SINGAPORE, Nov 23 (Reuters) - A few cargoes of Indonesian and Malaysian rubber tyre grades changed hands at record levels, but top consumer China turned to its own inventories to get high-priced Thai grades, dealers said on Tuesday. SIR20 was traded at 195.25 to 195.50 U.S. cents a pound ($4.30 to $4.31 a kg) for January shipment late on Monday, not far from a record of $4.32 a ...
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