MUMBAI, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Natural rubber prices in India are likely to rise this week due to firmness in the international market and slower tapping in the top producing state of Kerala on heavy rainfall that reduced arrivals in the physical market, dealers and analysts said. "Supplies have gone down due to heavy rainfall. Every region of Kerala is getting heavy rainfall," Ibrahim Jalal, treasurer at Indian Rubber Dealers' Federation, told Reuters. Tapping declines during rainy season ...
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