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61. learning | 10 May 2012
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» Thai rice farmers got some encouragement yesterday morning when soothsayers determined that rice harvests would be good, water adequate and the country would see an abundance of food.
62. learning | 20 Sep 2010
» Thailand's rice sector at times lacks transparency. Will what actually happened once again remain a mystery as it has in the past?
63. news | 21 Apr 2013
» Civil society networks in the North on Sunday issued a statement calling on the government to halt its 350 billion baht water management scheme and take into account their six-point observation.
64. news | 29 Apr 2013
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» Civic networks plan to petition Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to scrap the government's 350-billion-baht water management scheme.
65. news | 19 Apr 2013
» For centuries, rice has been the main, perhaps most glorious, staple in Thai households. Even now, when Italian pasta and Japanese ramen restaurants seem to outnumber eateries offering fine Thai cuisine, no other carbs c...
66. learning | 09 Nov 2010
» With floods and depleted state stockpiles, buyers around the world have rushed to place orders for Thai rice.
67. learning | 21 Jul 2011
» Will active government buying, storing, selling rice, using it as collateral for state bank loans, avoid the corruption of the past?
68. learning | 30 Nov 2010
» As if drought, flooding and insect infestations were not enough, Thailand's rice crop is now threatened by the risk of a fungus spreading and wiping out crops.
69. news | 27 Apr 2013
» The government's free emergency healthcare scheme is not achieving its goals, a study has found.
70. learning | 08 Feb 2013
» There was nothing boring about yesterday's session of parliament after a Democrat MP Thursday sliced open a bag of the government's pledged rice, showing it was rotten.