Asia Softs-China seen chasing rubber; coffee premiums firm


* China's rubber purchases to pick up next week * Coffee premiums seen steady, Thai raw sugar flat * Cocoa butter ratios seen unchanged By Lewa Pardomuan SINGAPORE, Dec 30 (Reuters) - China is likely to snap up rubber next week before trading slows to a trickle ahead of the Lunar New Year holidays, while Vietnamese coffee prices will stay firm as roasters replenish stocks, dealers said on Friday. Premiums for grade 2,5 percent black and broken robustas are likely to be steady between $30 ...

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