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91. learning | 02 May 2012
» With dealings between millers, exporters & government invisible to public, rice industry corruption seems likely but also impossible to prove.
92. news | 19 Nov 2013
» An unprecedented probe into high levels of arsenic in Bangladesh's groundwater strengthens suspicions that eating rice boosts exposure to the poison, scientists said on Monday.
93. learning | 05 Sep 2011
» Will consumers pay for huge rice price subsidies, far above market prices? Will ignoring the market lead to a vicious cycle of government spending?
94. learning | 18 May 2011
» Corruption has plagued every system of rice price supports. Election promises to hike prices 40%, far above market levels, replays past mistakes.
95. 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...
96. 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.
97. 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...
98. opinion | 15 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: News
» 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 ...
99. 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.
100. 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.