Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries

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7th Floor, Bangunan Getah Asli (Menara)
148, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
T: +603-2161 1900 F: +603-2161 3014 E: secretariat@anrpc.org

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Once Asia’s top performer, the Thai baht is now becoming the region’s worst-hit currency

Jul 26, 2021
The Thai baht, once the strongest-performing currency in Asia before the pandemic, has been steadily falling in 2021 and is this year’s worst-hit currency in the region, according to Mizuho Bank.
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Malaysian Rubber Council unveils sustainability plan, committed to driving value in the industry

Jul 26, 2021
"MRC also will deliver critical initiatives to future-proof the industry and move the rubber sector and country up the global value chain" - Nurul Islam Mohamed Yusoff, CEO Of Malaysia Rubber Council
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Rubber Board to launch India’s first rubber census

Jul 26, 2021
In a major initiative to prepare a comprehensive database on natural rubber sector, right from the total areas of cultivation to the details of rubber tappers, Rubber Board is conducting the first ever nationwide census. The census to be conducted by using a
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Oil up US$1.50/bbl as demand recovery seen tightening supply

Jul 23, 2021
Oil prices rose about $1.50 a barrel on Thursday, extending gains made in the previous three sessions on expectations of tighter supplies through 2021 as economies recover from the coronavirus crisis.
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SERC maintains Malaysia’s 2021 GDP growth forecast at 4% as growth projection subject to downside risk

Jul 23, 2021
The Socio-Economic Research Centre (SERC) has maintained its 4% gross domestic product (GDP) growth projection for Malaysia's economy this year, bucking the trend of lowered forecasts stemming from various restrictions resulting from the resurgence in Covid-
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Auto sales shrank to 1,921 units in June, MAA trims TIV forecast

Jul 22, 2021
The Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) has trimmed its 2021 total industry volume (TIV) forecast to 500,000 units from 570,000 units earlier, as the sales of vehicles in June this year dropped by almost 100% following the nationwide total lockdown impose
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Bank Indonesia holds rates as Covid-19 surge dims recovery prospects

Jul 22, 2021
Indonesia’s central bank left its benchmark rate unchanged, and lowered its growth outlook for the year, as one of the most severe Covid outbreaks in the world puts the economy’s recovery at risk.
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US recession ended in April 2020, making it shortest on record

Jul 22, 2021
The US recession touched off by the coronavirus lasted only two months, ending with a low point reached in April 2020, after the start of a sharp drop in economic activity in March of that year, the US Business Cycle Dating Committee announced Monday.
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Kerala’s rubber plantations to be classified as per landslip vulnerability

Jul 21, 2021
The chaotic scenes of rubber trees toppled over in a heavy gush of mud and water, a common occurrence along the foothills of the Western Ghats during monsoon, may soon be a thing of the past, thanks to a novel initiative by the Rubber Board.
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Oil piles on losses following OPEC+ deal to boost supply, rising COVID cases

Jul 21, 2021
Oil slumped $5 a barrel on Monday, closing out its worst day since March, after an OPEC+ agreement to boost output stoked fears of a surplus just as rising COVID-19 infections once again threaten demand. Reporting by Laila Kearney; Additional reporting by N
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