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101. 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...
102. news | 22 Oct 2013
» Former deputy prime minister and finance minister Pridiyathorn Devakula has repeated his call for the government to scrap the rice-pledging scheme, saying the project could incur more losses than he earlier estimated.
103. business | 21 Nov 2013
» Record reserves of rice in Thailand, accumulated from a state-buying program that has spurred concern from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), are seen contributing to lower prices next year as worldwide harvests expa...
104. opinion | 15 Oct 2013
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» The Bangkok Post published a penetrating editorial on Oct 10 (''Rice scheme woes mount'', Opinion), outlining the World Bank's estimate that the rice scheme has incurred losses of 400 billion baht in ...
105. news | 13 Nov 2013
» The International Monetary Fund has called on Thailand to drop its multi-billion baht subsidies for rice growers, saying the programme is undermining confidence in the country's finances.
106. news | 28 Oct 2013
» SURIN – Farmers in flood-hit areas of Surin are banding together to jointly harvest still ripening rice crops in river-flooded paddy fields for fear they will lose everything if the situation worsens.
107. 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.
108. news | 11 Nov 2013
» Rice and sugar harvests in the Philippines were damaged by Super Typhoon Haiyan when the most powerful storm on record to strike the country unleashed winds and floods that may have killed as many as 10,000 people.
109. 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.
110. news | 14 Oct 2013
» China has agreed to increase its annual purchase of Thai rice to 1 million tonnes and to also buy 200,000 tonnes of rubber a year from the country, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said Sunday.