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91. learning | 27 Nov 2012
» With govt rice dealings hidden from public view, a search for the truth reveals trail of suspicious people & deals connected to red-shirt Arisman, fake companies...
92. opinion | 21 May 2013
» Most people still know little or nothing about the rice pledging scheme, with the actual details fiercely guarded by a handful of officials at the Commerce Ministry, including Commerce Minister Boonsong Teriyapriom.
93. business | 17 Apr 2013
» Thai gem and jewellery shipments are expected to fall this year as the industry faces a myriad of negative factors including the sharp surge of the baht, says the Thai Gem & Jewelry Traders Association.
94. learning | 15 Feb 2012
» Govt failed to tell villagers their fields will be used for floodwater storage. Worries about being paid for flooded rice fields.
95. opinion | 23 May 2013
» It seems like the line drawn in the sand is fading with each day. Policymakers had previously insisted that the 500-billion-baht allocation to the rice pledging scheme was enough to ensure financial self-sufficiency for ...
96. learning | 16 Nov 2011
» Record 7.3% crop production growth in 1st half of year replaced by lost rice crops, flooded rice fields (9.01 million rai) with 51 billion baht in damage.
97. business | 18 Apr 2013
» Foreign funds snapped up 30 billion baht worth of Thai bonds, mainly long-term notes, from April 1-12, equal to their usual average monthly purchase, said Niwat Kanjanaphoomin, president of the Thai Bond Market Associati...
98. learning | 25 Oct 2012
» Thailand's fall from 1st place in world rice exports shortlived say govt officials, Vietnam has drought & India delivery problems.
99. business | 01 May 2013
» Commerce Minister Boonsong Teriyapirom has blamed the soaring baht for hampering government-to-government (G-to-G) rice export deals.
100. business | 09 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» A 5,000-tonne shipment of rice to Japan from Myanmar for the first time in 45 years caught international headlines last week, with media lauding another milestone in Myanmar’s political reforms.