Latest Update: Rubber Bulletin — May 2020

Rubber Bulletin - May 2020

Update: With most Southeast Asian rubber trees in their wintering period and international prices remaining low, concerns remain over whether grower prices will recover sufficiently to attract tapping labour for next season. Any sustainable recovery in international prices depends on increased demand, firstly in China, followed by the rest of the global economy. Forecasts suggest this is unlikely to happen until later in the year.

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