* Thai offers 96,000 tonnes of sugar from 2012/13 crop * Indonesian roasters may buy more Vietnam coffee * TOCOM rubber track currencies, targets 320 yen By Lewa Pardomuan SINGAPORE, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Thailand will offer more than 90,000 tonnes of sugar in a tender this week as the market assesses the impact of the country's worst floods in decades on the cane crop, while premiums could slip on weak demand, dealers said on Monday. In other soft commodities, coffee roasters in ...
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