By Sambit Mohanty SINGAPORE, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian rubber exporters are resting their business hopes on Japanese demand, with U.S. importers covered until February and China's 2002 import quotas nearly exhausted, traders said on Wednesday. As regional traders pondered when Beijing was likely to distribute China's 2003 import quotas, they said it was unlikely that Southeast Asian rubber prices would change much in the coming fortnight despite inquiries from Japan. "There ...
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