TOUPAH, Ivory Coast, Sept 29 (Reuters) - West African bourse-listed SAPH sees its 2011 natural rubber output around eight percent up on last year's levels, a senior company official told Reuters. "For 2010 we see production around 100,000 tonnes and in 2011 we see it between 100,000 and 105,000 tonnes," Saph deputy general manager Banga Amoikon said in an interview. Saph's total production last year stood at 97,111 tonnes. Last month Saph reported a 14-fold jump in first-half profits ...
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