Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries

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148, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
T: +603-2161 1900 F: +603-2161 3014 E:

News From Secretariat

Natural Rubber Trends & Statistics for January 2012

Feb 01, 2012

ANRPC announces the release of Natural Rubber Trends & Statistics for January 2012, providing an authentic picture of rubber market based on information gathered from member countries.

Highlight of this issue is a detailed market report titled “Marginal Growth of NR Production” having the following sub-heads and supported by statistical tables and graphs:                                                            

  • Q1 2012 Production Growth Expected to marginally increase by 0.3% 
  • Lower Exports Expected in Q1 2012
  • Imports Expected to rise to 3.8% in Q1 2012 
  • NR-Demand by Members of ANRPC Expected to Increase by 0.3% in Q1 2012 
  • Trends in Currencies of the Three Major NR Exporting Countries
  • Japanese Yen and TOCOM Futures                                                                              
  • Influence of Crude Oil 
  • Trends in NR Prices   

It also presents 21 statistical tables giving separate monthly estimates and forecasts for the period up to March 2012 and annual forecasts for 2012 covering Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Vietnam, China, Sri Lanka, Philippines and Cambodia which together account for 92% of the global supply and 57% of the global demand for natural rubber.  

Access to the publication is limited only to paid subscribers and member governments.

ANRPC wishes a very happy and prosperous Chinese New Year to all users of Natural Rubber Trends & Statistics. Gong Xi Fa Cai.

Please contact the ANRPC Secretariat (Email: ; Fax: +603 2161 3014) for joining as a subscriber to this publication.

Thank you.

Dato' Dr. Kamarul Baharain bin Basir

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