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Disturbing evidence emerges over 'shady' G-to-G rice deal

Democrat MP questions transactions, companies involved, disappearance of executive and money-laundering rumours

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The Yingluck government faced serious allegations of collusion over the purported government-to-government (G-to-G) rice exports in this week's no-confidence debate, reported Post Today. 

Evidence presented in the censure debate against the government by Democrat MP Warong Dejkitvikrom raises serious questions of collusion and even money laundering in the rice pledging scheme and government-to-government rice deals.

Warong Dejkitvikrom, a Democrat MP from Phitsanulok, showed documents pointing to possible collusion in the government's rice pledging scheme especially the claim by the Commerce Ministry that it could sell the government's huge stockpile via G-to-G rice contracts.

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