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World rubber consumption - 1990.

World rubber consumption - 1990

('000 metric tons)
 NR & SR NR
 % chg(*) % chg(*)
USA 2,628.2 -9.9 807.5 -6.9
UK 387.0 +3.9 136.0 +2.6
France 529.2 -2.4 177.7 -3.4
Germany (West) 720.2 +3.3 218.6 -1.1
Italy 439.5 -6.1 130.0 -9.1
Other Western Europe 906.0 -4.5 273.0 -6.2
USSR 2,495.0 +3.1 155.0 +10.7
Other Eastern Europe 607.5 -21.7 134.5 -18.0
Malaysia 187.6 +24.3 173.0 +24.1
India 450.2 +6.4 358.3 +7.5
Japan 1,810.0 +2.8 677.0 +3.0
China 976.0 +0.1 615.0 -4.7
South Korea 498.0 +7.1 246.0 +7.0
Taiwan 270.0 +10.2 105.0 +5.0
Other Asia 729.1 +6.5 520.1 +6.2
Brazil 402.0 -1.6 114.0 -8.2
Other Latin America 433.0 +0.9 173.0 -8.5
Africa 241.0 +10.0 125.0 +19.0
All others 470.4 -0.9 181.3 +16.9
World Total 15,180.0 -1.2 5,320.0 +0.2


(*)- Percentage change from 1989.

Source: MRRDB
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Publication:Rubber World
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Date:Dec 1, 1991
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