OUTLOOK-India rubber seen higher as rains trim supplies


MUMBAI, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Indian rubber prices are likely to rise this week on support from a firm Tokyo market and as heavy showers in a top producing state affected production, dealers and analysts said on Monday. "For the last 4-5 days we have been getting rains. That's why arrivals were lower in the physical market," said Ibrahim Jalal, a member of The Indian Rubber Dealers Federation. Tapping usually slows down during rainy season in the southern state of Kerala, the country's ...

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