* Move unlikely to soften soaring local rubber prices * Not much immediate cost benefit seen for tyre firms * Tyre industry to benefit more once global prices drop By Aniruddha Basu and Rajendra Jadhav MUMBAI, Dec 24 (Reuters) - Indian tyre makers see little respite for margins despite the government's move to cut import duty on natural rubber - already in short supply - as raw material prices continue to be robust, industry watchers said. Natural rubber prices makes up about half ...
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