* Global rubber output to rise nearly 5 pct in 2011 -economist * Damage to yield potential seen from overexploitation of trees * Rubber output seen at 9.7m T in 2011 -ANRPC By Lewa Pardomuan SINGAPORE, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Global natural rubber output will rise nearly 5 percent in 2011, a senior economist of the ANRPC grouping of rubber-producing nations said on Monday, lower than 8 percent targeted by their governments, as record prices take their toll on yield. "Farmers have ...
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