Rubber prices shot up from a low of $1.50 per...

Rubber prices shot up from a low of $1.50 per kilo last September to $2.50 this past January, forcing suppliers of rubber soles to raise their own prices by a minimum of 10 percent. Among other factors, the price hike was due to floods in Thailand late last year, increases ...

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