By Sambit Mohanty SINGAPORE, July 24 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian rubber prices may ease further in coming weeks as exporters struggle to find buyers in the United States and China, but Japan's appetite for nearby cargoes offers a ray of hope, traders said on Wednesday. Traders did not expect support from a pact due to be signed later this month between the world's three biggest rubber producers. They also said there was market talk that the U.S. government might sell some stocks. ...
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