Asia Rubber-Thai, Indonesian grades sold; China chases nearby

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* SIR20 traded at above $2.90, Bridgestone buys RSS3 * Rains disrupt tapping in Thailand, Malaysia By Lewa Pardomuan SINGAPORE, June 22 (Reuters) - Some quantities of Indonesian rubber changed hands for nearby shipments as China replenished stocks, but high prices blamed on heavy rains curbed demand for Thai grades, dealers said on Tuesday. SIR20 was traded late on Monday at 132.00 and 133.25 U.S. cents per pound ($2.91 and $2.94 a kg) for July and August delivery free on board ...

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