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1. business | 12 Oct 2013
» China National Cereals, Oils and Foodstuffs Corporation (Cofco), a Chinese state-owned food conglomerate, yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Thai rice exporters to buy 1 million tonnes of rice over...
2. 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.
3. business | 20 Nov 2013
» China has signed an agreement to purchase 1.2 million tonnes of Thai rice and 90,000 tonnes of tapioca, Commerce Minister Niwatthamrong Bunsongphaisan said on Wednesday.
4. learning | 18 Feb 2013
» Lots of rice on world markets so low rice prices but Thai rice is expensive, so who is going to buy Thai rice?
5. opinion | 16 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: News
» It's welcome news that China has agreed to boost its annual purchase of Thai rice to 1 million tonnes a year, a five-fold rise from the previous deal. But hold the champagne!
6. learning | 14 Oct 2013
» Thai-Chinese agreements on high-speed rail and energy cooperation & Chinese govt to purchase 200,000 tonnes of rice and rubber a year.
7. learning | 26 Sep 2011
» Real problem is overproduction & excess of rice pushing prices down. Labour wasted, used only sporadically in peak months. Poor farmers produce only 15 tonnes of rice per harvest, but are 82% of all rice-farming househol...
8. learning | 17 Jan 2012
» Increased rice production by India & rice importing countries pose danger for Thai world rice market leadership.
9. learning | 18 Jul 2013
About agriculture & crime
» A little good rice on the outside to show govt inspectors. Then sell rice inside & double your profits. Next, quickly replace inside with cheap low quality rice.
10. business | 18 Nov 2013
» Despite mounting complaints by rice farmers over late payments in the government's rice pledging scheme, the national rice policy committee has yet to call a meeting about the issue.