* Thai rubber areas could face prolonged dry season * Benchmark price to stay near 58-year high By Apornrath Phoonphongphiphat BANGKOK, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Cash rubber prices are expected to stay above $3.0 per kg and near a 58-year high over the next few months, supported by strong demand at a time of the year when supply is normally tight, traders said on Tuesday. Benchmark Thai rubber sheet (RSS3) was quoted at $3.25 per kg on Tuesday after hitting $3.27 per kg on Monday, the ...
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