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Steel firms increase prices

This comes amid a rise in transportation costs and high iron ore prices; long-steel producers keep prices unchanged

Rubber imports set to soar

Military junta of Thailand, world's largest exporter of rubber, recently decided to release 200,000 tones of stock pile

Sugar mills reiterate need for financial help

Lower realisation than cost of production hits financial performance in April-June quarter, industry seeks govt support

Goa postpones 5th ore auction, anticipating lack of response

State had kept 2.18 mn tonnes of low-grade ore in fifth round after successful sale 5 mn tonnes in earlier rounds

Iron ore seen slumping to $75 a tonne

The commodity used to make steel will average $80 a tonne in 2015, down from an earlier full-year estimate of $85

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