1994-03-22, English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: World rubber trends and outlook. (Industry Overview)

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Physical Description
  • table
  • Industry Overview
  • Magazine/​Journal article
Published
  • Economist Intelligence Unit N.A. Incorporated, 1994 Spring
Language
  • English

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Title
  • World rubber trends and outlook. (Industry Overview)
Also Titled
  • World rubber trends and outlook.
Appears In
  • Economist Intelligence Unit: Rubber Trends, 1994 Spring, p2(16) (ISSN: 0035-9564)
Published
  • Economist Intelligence Unit N.A. Incorporated, 1994 Spring
Physical Description
  • table
  • Industry Overview
  • Magazine/​Journal article
Subjects
Target Audience
  • Trade
Summary
  • The world rubber industry has gone through difficult times, with falling production, demand and profits. However, industry analysts predict a general upturn associated with the recovering economies in the US and Europe. Vehicle sales are recovering, which is expected to boost tire production and sales. With the exception of Japan, consumption of rubber in tire manufacturing is expected to recover in 1994. A shortage in natural rubber is expected to boost prices through 1994, although prices for synthetic rubber are at a low, with overproduction and low demand.
Notes
  • table
Language
  • English
Database
  • Gale General OneFile
Identifier
  • 15601869

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