UPDATE 1-Asia Softs-China seen chasing rubber; coffee premiums firm

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* China's rubber purchases to pick up next week * Coffee premiums seen steady, Thai raw sugar flat * Cocoa butter ratios seen unchanged (Adds Indonesia cocoa grinding, Vietnam coffee exports) By Lewa Pardomuan SINGAPORE, Dec 30 (Reuters) - China is likely to snap up rubber next week before trading slows to a trickle ahead of the Lunar New Year holidays, while Vietnamese coffee prices will stay firm as roasters replenish stocks, dealers said on Friday. Premiums for grade 2,5 percent black ...

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