KUALA LUMPUR (March 10)—The International Natural Rubber Organization is starting to sell off its approximately 138,000 metric tons of rubber this month. Clifford Raisch, INRO assistant buffer stock manager in New York, said the organization had made some rubber available for sale in the Far East earlier this month, but he had no further details. INRO members voted to liquidate the 20-year-old NR price stabilization organization last October, after Thailand stood pat on its decision to withdraw from membership.
INRO prepares to sell off rubber stocks
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