Rubber gloves could experience growing demand in 2020


Malaysian-made rubber gloves on display at an exhibition in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia supplies an estimated 63% of gloves globally.

KUALA LUMPUR: On the back of a positive results season, the rubber gloves sector is seeing signs of an uptick in demand in subsequent quarters, says Kenanga research.

In a note, the research house said the 3Q results season came within expectations with volume growth of 6% and 14% recorded by Top Glove and Hartalaga respectively.

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