SINGAPORE, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian rubber exporters are negotiating a few deals for January shipments to Japan, while most traders said on Wednesday that a producers' meeting in Indonesia was unlikely to yield any fireworks. Producers from the Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries are meeting in Yogyakarta to discuss measures to boost prices and issues such as production, marketing, research and development of natural rubber. "Frankly, I would not expect anything ...
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