SINGAPORE, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Asian rubber exporters are focusing their attention on sales to the United States and Japan for April and May shipments as Chinese demand slows to a trickle ahead of the Lunar New Year break, traders said on Tuesday. Chinese buyers struck deals for several cargoes in the past few days but are still short of a few February shipments, which they are likely to pick up after the holidays, the traders added. "China has been a very good buyer recently. That is why ...
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