* Stocks in China's main rubber centre top 300,000 T, may be tied to financing * China may see slower growth in rubber imports this year * Risk of price reversal if rubber buying not backed enough by industrial demand * Demand from tyre makers dependent on uncertain auto sales growth By Lewa Pardomuan and Rujun Shen SINGAPORE, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Chinese investors have been piling up rubber as collateral for financing, ...
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