* Sees demand gaining further momentum in January * Now estimates 2010 natural rubber supply up 5.7 pct (Adds details) MUMBAI, Dec 24 (Reuters) - The tight natural rubber supply situation in the world market "is likely to be aggravated further" in February-May 2011, the group responsible for 92 percent of global output said, as it is seasonally the lean period for tapping. Spot rubber price in Thailand, the world's biggest producer, has risen over 70 percent to a record high of $4.96 ...
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