UPDATE 1-ANRPC cuts 2011 rubber output f'cast to 10.025 mln T


* ANRPC previously expected 2011 output at 10.060 mln T * Thailand's output forecast lowered to 3.375 mln T * Indonesia output seen at 2.972 mln T, up from prior view (Adds details) SINGAPORE, April 28 (Reuters) - Global natural rubber production for 2011 may come in at 10.025 million tonnes, lower than an earlier forecast of 10.060 million tonnes due to output revisions in member countries, the ANRPC said on Thursday. Despite the revision, the global output for the commodity mainly ...

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