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11. news | 13 Jan 2015
» More than 70 warehouse owners and rice surveyors face possible legal action after a complaint was filed against them by the Commerce Ministry in connection with their role in the controversial rice-pledging scheme.
12. lifestyle | 13 Jan 2015
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» How much do you pay for a bowl of rice in a restaurant? It depends, of course, on the kind of place we're talking about, whether it's a roadside eatery or fancy restaurant in a mall. Since rice is the only dish...
13. news | 25 Dec 2014
» The joint panel of public prosecutors and graft-busters has agreed two more people still need to be questioned about the purported government-to-government (G2G) rice sales before a decision can be made on the indictment...
14. news | 19 Dec 2014
» Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha plans both criminal and civil lawsuits over previous government's loss-ridden rice subsidy scheme, and says reducing the size of the rice harvest would help solve the problem of over...
15. news | 19 Dec 2014
» Grinning widely, Tran Quang Thieu brandishes the day's haul: 10 kilos of rats caught in rice paddies near Hanoi. A menace to Vietnam's rice crop, the vermin are regularly trapped — and sometimes eaten.
16. learning | 08 Dec 2014
» Attention scientists, young and old: A rice-miller says ozone gas should be pumped through stockpiled rice to improve its quality and increase its value. Is he right?
17. news | 08 Dec 2014
» The Commerce Ministry plans to accelerate the sale of 17 million tonnes of stockpiled rice and recapture the Thai Hom Mali rice market in Hong Kong by next year.
18. news | 08 Dec 2014
» Ozone gas should be pumped through stockpiled rice to improve its quality and increase its value, a rice mill operator in Phichit says.
19. business | 08 Dec 2014
» A new roadmap will be submitted to the National Rice Policy Committee soon to facilitate and accelerate the disposal of the government's rice stocks.
20. learning | 27 May 2014
» Rice farmers are delighted at the coup-makers's success in finding money to make overdue payments for rice pledged long ago, but they are also worried about the future