India Apr-Aug synthetic rubber imports rise 21 pct


MUMBAI, Nov 26 (Reuters) - India's synthetic rubber imports rose 21 percent in the first five months of 2008/09 on rising demand from tyre makers amid stagnant production, the Rubber Board said on Wednesday. Imports rose to 93,000 tonnes during April-August from 76,865 tonnes a year ago, it said in a statement. Consumption during the period rose 5.2 percent to 124,355 tonnes, while demand from the automotive tyre sector increased 7.1 percent to 83,399 tonnes. Total synthetic rubber ...

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