* Thai hi-pol raws premiums seen steady at 50 to 70 points * Vietnam farmers likely to sell beans after holiday * China may buy rubber later this week By Lewa Pardomuan SINGAPORE, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Thai raw sugar premiums are likely to hold steady this week as declines in New York futures could spur consumer purchases, while China is expected to return to the physical market after a long Lunar New Year break, dealers said on Monday. In coffee, premiums for Vietnamese robustas could fall ...
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