UPDATE 1-Asia Rubber-Prices feel pressure, Japan offers hope


(Updates with rubber nations delaying signing pact, grafs 2,12 & 13) By Sambit Mohanty SINGAPORE, July 24 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian rubber prices may ease further in coming weeks as exporters struggle to find buyers in the United States and China, but Japan's appetite for nearby cargoes offers a ray of hope, traders said on Wednesday. Traders did not expect support from a pact -- signing of which has been delayed until mid-August from July 30 -- between the world's three biggest ...

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