Production At A Thai Hua Rubber Facility As Lower Output Forecast Adds To Signs Protests Are Harming Thai Economy : News Photo

Production At A Thai Hua Rubber Facility As Lower Output Forecast Adds To Signs Protests Are Harming Thai Economy

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A worker sprays bundles of smoked rubber sheets with a calcium carbonate solution, used as a resist and to prevent molding, before being packaged for shipment at the Thai Hua Rubber Pcl factory in Samnuktong, Rayong province, Thailand, on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014. Rubber production in Thailand, the world's largest exporter, may decline as growers from the main producing regions join protests seeking to overthrow the government, according to Von Bundit Co. Photographer: Dario Pignatelli/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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A worker sprays bundles of smoked rubber sheets with a calcium carbonate solution, used as a resist and to prevent molding, before being packaged for shipment at the Thai Hua Rubber Pcl factory in Samnuktong, Rayong province, Thailand, on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014. Rubber production in Thailand, the world's largest exporter, may decline as growers from the main producing regions join protests seeking to overthrow the government, according to Von Bundit Co. Photographer: Dario Pignatelli/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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