Thailand, 2 Nations To Cut Rubber Exports From March
4 February 2016
Source: Bangkok Post
Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia agreed to cut shipments of natural rubber by 615,000 tonnes for six months from March to reduce supplies and boost prices that are trading near six-year lows.
The three countries, which account for more than 60% of global output, plan to curb exports for six months, Chao Songarvut, the acting governor of the Rubber Authority of Thailand, said Thursday in an interview. Thailand will account for about a half of the total cuts, he said�