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1. news | 28 Jan 2015
» Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha has expressed growing frustration at southern rubber planters who plan a protest over falling prices on Jan 30, urging them to be patient while efforts are made to solve problems thro...
2. news | 29 Jan 2015
» A distressed Phetchabun tamarind farmer stormed Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s motorcade Thursday in an attempt to enlist his help in recovering her foreclosed home from the bank.
3. learning | 16 Oct 2014
» "We don’t want the government and the general public to view us as being stubborn. We just want enough rice to eat during the dry season. Farmers do not get salaries or paid vacations," said Mr Chanachai, 46, a farmer in...
4. learning | 29 May 2014
» After farmer finds gold in field while plowing, hundreds rush to field to search for gold. Fine Arts Department finally arrives & offers to buy gold.
5. learning | 21 Apr 2014
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» Forty-six-year-old Wichian Sonchaiying has been a rice farmer his whole life, but not this year. Problems with government support programmes have caused him to turn to growing bananas.
6. learning | 31 Jan 2014
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» Nutriam is a rice farmer from Kalasin. Like tens of thousands of other farmers around the country, she has been waiting and waiting for her money from the government. Today she got it.
7. learning | 20 Mar 2013
» As govt becomes only buyer of rice, local farmer groups producing high quality rice products forced out of business.
8. news | 20 Feb 2015
» The cabinet has approved the Rubber Estate Organisation's (REO) request for a loan of six billion baht from the Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) to buy rubber products to shore up prices.
9. news | 22 Jan 2015
» Fifteen rubber planters' groups have merged to create the Rubber Planters' Assembly to solidify their positions and unify demands.
10. news | 07 Jan 2015
» The cabinet has backed plans to use natural rubber to build sports stadium floors as part of its efforts to bump up local rubber prices.