* Analysts say no plantations up for sale currently * Tyre cos such as Ceat moving towards profitable product mix * Analysts see limited headroom for price hikes By Aniruddha Basu and Sanjeev Choudhary MUMBAI, May 30 (Reuters) - Indian tyre makers are scouting for rubber plantations and devising a more profitable product mix in order to arrest the decline in margins, resulting from an unrelenting surge in rubber prices amid fears of a slowdown in the auto market. JK Tyre & ...
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