MUMBAI, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Global natural rubber (NR) supplies in January 2011 are estimated to rise 2.9 percent as farmers have raised tapping after prices rallied to record highs, the group responsible for 92 percent of global output said. "Encouraged by abnormally high NR prices, farmers' harvested over-aged, low yielding trees," the Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries said in its monthly statement on Tuesday. Thailand's benchmark physical rubber price, RSS3, was offered ...
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