rubber consumption

Japan’s New Rubber Consumption Estimated to Have Grown 3.1% for 2018

Japan’s consumption of new rubber is estimated to have grown by 3.1 percent year-on-year in 2018, according to a report from the Japan Rubber Manufacturers Association (JRMA). This brings the year’s figures to 1,333,200 tons, representing a second consecutive year of growth after 2017 brought the sector’s first growth in six years. Heading into 2019, however, the JRMA expects that...

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JRMA Forecast: Japanese Rubber Consumption to Bounce Back After Six Years

Rubber consumption will see its first annual increase in six years, according to a forecast by the Japan Rubber Manufacturers Association (JRMA). Combined total consumption of natural and synthetic rubber in 2017 is expected to reach 1.2932 million tons, up 0.6 percent year on year. However, total rubber consumption in 2016 is expected to fall for the fifth straight year,...

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