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81. 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.
82. news | 22 May 2013
» Farmers have resumed planting rice for market only 15 kilometres (nine miles) from Japan's crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station, a local official said Wednesday.
83. news | 31 Mar 2013
» CHACHOENGSAO - The cabinet on Sunday approved the Commerce Ministry's proposal for a budget of 105 billion baht for use in the rice-pledging scheme for the off-season produce of the 2012-2013 crop year, government sp...
84. business | 26 Mar 2013
» Rice exports from India, the world's second-largest producer, are poised to set a record for the second year with the harvest expected to rebound on normal monsoon rain, potentially widening a global surplus.
85. learning | 21 Jun 2011
» If Pheu Thai wins the election and sets rice prices far above market prices, international orders might go elsewhere.
86. learning | 24 Jan 2013
» It's now official, rice exports fell 37% to 6.7 million tonnes & 3rd place. India in 1st with 10.3 million & Vietnam in 2nd with 8 million.
87. learning | 06 Apr 2010
» It can be said that international relations (IR) is one of the most popular fields of study among Thai students.
88. news | 28 Mar 2013
» World rice prices have risen slightly in the past four months, but any significant government sales risk "destabilising" world markets, the World Bank says.
89. learning | 07 Feb 2012
» Thailand's top rice exporter in 2011 invests in Cambodia: ready-to-eat-meals & processing for export in Cambodia rather than Vietnam.
90. news | 17 Apr 2013
» Scientists have successfully bred a rice variety that is salt-tolerant, which could enable farmers to reclaim coastal areas rendered useless by sea water, a Philippine-based institute said Tuesday.