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สาส์นจากนายกสมาคม TRA PRESIDENT VIEW
        TRA Annual Dinner 2019 and ARBC Meetings

The Thai Rubber Association organized the Annual Dinner 2019 on Friday, 3 May 2019 at Centara Grand Hotel, CentralWorld, Bangkok and hosted the 25th Technical Committee on Contract Matter Meeting and the 24th Assembly of the ASEAN Rubber Business Council (ARBC) on 4 May 2019. The annual dinner was numerously attended by over 800 guests, including delegates from various government agencies, private organizations, dignitaries and industry players in the country and from abroad, namely Bank of Thailand, Rubber Authority of Thailand, Thai Chamber of Commerce, Thai Latex Association, Thai Rubber Glove Manufacturers Association, Thailand Futures Exchange Pcl, Tokyo Commodity Exchange, Singapore Exchange Limited, rubber association members of ASEAN Rubber Business Council, etc. It was my great honour to give a welcoming and opening speech, to the distinguished guests, in which rubber scenario was highlighted. The year 2018 is another year of big challenge for all stakeholders in rubber industry. The drop and volatility in rubber price had an impact on smallholders across the world and even end users who didn't enjoy long-term benefits. Therefore, all of us namely smallholders, processors, traders and consumers must join hands and hearts together to bring about the balance of production and consumption. This will help generate remunerative price. The Association advocates domestic consumption of rubber in the form of finished products and rubber plantation control which is a significant policy of the government in its sustainable rubber development plan.

As for the 25th Technical Committee on Contract Matter Meeting and the 25th Assembly of the ASEAN Rubber Business Council (ARBC) held on 4 May 2019, I deputized Mr. Bundit Kerdvongbundit, TRA Secretary General to give an opening speech at the Assembly attended by Mr. Supadetch Ongsakul, TRA Deputy Secretary General, Mr. Decha Meesuan, Vice-President of Thai Latex Association, Ms. Piyaporn Saelim, TRA Manager and TRA staff. TRA is very honoured to continue assuming the post of ARBC Chairman for the term 2019-2020. TRA is indeed overwhelmed by the trust of the association members in leading such an influential rubber trade council. Since the years 2005 until today, the ARBC has been very effective in protecting the interest of the rubber trade sector in its respective member countries. It is very active in developing and updating international rubber contracts and rubber statistics, especially Daily NR Prices of ARBC Members. In this era, it is also aware of sustainability issues.

TRA Annual Dinner 2019 received a huge success contributed by cooperation from government sector and both domestic and foreign private sectors, especially cooperation and spirit of TRA Management Committee members and TRA staff. On behalf of the Thai Rubber Association, I wish to thank everybody concerned. I consider this special occasion a big step towards closer relation in the rubber industry among the producing and the consuming countries.

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[   May  2019 ]
icon TRA Annual Dinner 2019 and ARBC Meetings

The Thai Rubber Association organized the Annual Dinner 2019 on Friday, 3 May 2019 at Centara Grand Hotel, CentralWorld, Bangkok and hosted the 25th Technical Committee on Contract Matter Meeting and the 24th Assembly of the ASEAN Rubber Business Council (ARBC) on 4 May 2019. The...

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[   March  2019 ]
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The current executive committee of the Thai Rubber Association has been in the operation since March 2018. The operation of the executive committee is based upon the following principles: 1) to operate on the principle of transparency and good governance; 2) to corporate with government agencies and private sector both at local and international level; 3) to cherish close relationship with other rubber producing countries, particularly in Asia; 4) to act as a central body between rubber pro...
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[   February  2019 ]
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Current rubber scenario is expected to slow down in line with global economic growth, mainly affected by trade war between China and the US. Gradual monetary tightening in major developed economies in 2019 is likely to weigh on capital investment and vehicle purchases. This results in weaker rubber consumption demand in contrast with relatively high stock of rubber. Moreover, the rubber price is also unlikely to see a meaningful boost from the recent fall in oil prices due to softening dema...
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Current rubber scenario is expected to slow down in line with global economic growth, mainly affected by trade war between China and the US. Gradual monetary tightening in major developed economies in 2019 is likely to weigh on capital investment and vehicle purchases. This results in weaker rubber consumption demand in contrast with relatively high stock of rubber. Moreover, the rubber price is also unlikely to see a meaningful boost from the recent fall in oil prices due to softening dema...
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[   January  2019 ]
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[   September  2018 ]
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The International Rubber Association (IRA) was inaugurated in Ottawa, Canada on 24 September 1971 through the corporation of rubber associations in both producing and consuming countries. Currently, IRA consists of 21 members from 13 countries. The Thai Rubber Association is one of the initial members and a member of the Management Commit...

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[   March  2018 ]
icon Retrospection and prospection

The current executive committee of the Thai Rubber Association has been in the operation since March 2016. The operation of the executive committee is based upon the following principles: 1) to operate on the principle of transparency and good governance; 2) to corporate with government ...

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[   January  2018 ]
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Thailand has had a long-term relationship with China in terms of trade, investment and tourism; especially Thai exports of natural rubber to China have continually expanded as China is the world’s biggest tire producer. In 2016, China produced 487.8...

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[   December  2017 ]
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[   September  2017 ]
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