* Output in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia to fall 6.7 pct * Unseasonal rains cause floods, disrupt tapping * Tight supplies may lift price to last year's peak (Adds table) By Lewa Pardomuan SINGAPORE, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Rubber output in Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia will drop more than 6 percent in 2009 after unusually heavy rains caused flooding, an industry group said on Monday, raising the prospect of a price rally to last year's peak. Tight supplies blamed on bad weather have ...
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