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Global natural rubber prices increased by 5 percent in January

Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Jakarta, Indonesia - The Jakarta Post reports that global natural rubber prices have increased by 5 percent in January thanks to reduced supply from exporting countries, according to the Trade Ministry. On December 22, 2017, the International Tripartite Rubber Council (ITRC), which consists of Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia, decided to implement an agreed export tonnage scheme (AETS), the fifth such scheme from the council. “The ITRC agreed to reduce the natural rubber export volume by 350,000 tons for three months, from January to March 2018,” Trade Ministry International Trade Director General Oke Nurwan said in a statement. “The result is that the natural rubber price has increased by 5 percent.” Oke said the average price for natural rubber, according to the International Rubber Conference Organization’s (IRCO) daily composite price (14-day moving average) increased from $1.46 on December 21 to $1.54 on January 31. He added that the ITRC monitoring committee would continue to evaluate the results of the AETS every month. “The AETS implementation in Indonesia has been supported by Trade Ministery Decree No. 67/20018,” he said. The decree designates members of the Indonesian Rubber Association (Gapkindo) as the implementers of the AETS and threatens those who violate the terms of the scheme with sanctions. The value of Indonesia’s rubber exports has decreased by 20.7 percent since 2012, while export volumes have stayed relatively steady. According to data from the Central Statistics Agency, Indonesia exported 2.44 million tons of rubber worth $7.86 billion in 2012, while in 2017, Indonesia exported 2.77 million tons with a value of $4.77 billion. - * Email


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Friday, February 16, 2018
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Thursday, February 15, 2018
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Northeastern U.S. rubber flooring manufacturer is being put up for auction
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Wednesday, February 14, 2018
TechnoBiz offers specialized training course for the rubber processing industry this April in Jakarta
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Malaysia sees the use of cold mix asphalt and rubber as a boost for industry
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Tuesday, February 13, 2018
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Global natural rubber prices increased by 5 percent in January
Mitsui Chemicals posts record high profit for 2017

Monday, February 12, 2018
ARPM's 2018 State of the Rubber Industry report is now available
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