Indonesia, Malaysia Thailand agree to cut rubber exports

Indonesia, along with two other members of the International Tripartite Rubber Council (ITRC) -- Malaysia and Thailand – will cut the export of natural rubber in an attempt to stabilize the commodity’s global price.

Starting April 1, Indonesia will cut rubber exports by 98,160 tons over the next four months, while Malaysia will cut the export by 15,600 tons and Thailand, the largest rubber producer, will cut 126,240 tons starting May 20.

The Trade Ministry’s head of trade assessment and development agency, Kasan Muhri, said the move was part of the ITRC’s sixth Agreed Export Tonnage Scheme (AETS), which aimed for a combined reduction of rubber exports of 240,000 tons.

出典元:The Jakarta Post


・タイ 12万6,240トン
・インドネシア 9万8,160トン
・マレーシア 1万5,600トン



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