* Global natural rubber demand down 5.5 pct * Output seen down 4.8 pct to 9.4 million tonnes * IMF expects global economic recovery in H1 2010 (Adds details, quotes) SINGAPORE, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Global natural rubber consumption is expected to fall 5.5 percent to around 9.5 million tonnes in 2009 versus a previous forecast of a drop of 4.9 percent, because of uncertainties in global economic growth. The Singapore-based International Rubber Study Group said on Monday global natural ...
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