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1. learning | 11 Feb 2011
» Skyrocketing rubber prices have triggered a rush to plant rubber trees.
2. news | 15 Nov 2013
» About 200 rubber growers from Prachuap Khiri Khan began protesting in front of the Agriculture and Cooperatives Ministry on Friday afternoon, demanding the government act quickly to tackle the problem of low rubber price...
3. business | 16 Dec 2013
» Despite high hopes that the Rubber City project will add value to the rubber industry, the lack of a clear direction could hinder its progress.
4. learning | 05 Sep 2013
People in the news
» His ancestors brought rubber to Thailand. Now Deputy Prime Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong must deal with disgruntled rubber growers, angered at the low prices in today's market.
5. learning | 14 Sep 2010
» NCR Rubber located in Rayong is one of Thailand's top rubber producers. A profile of the company provides insights into how one of Thailand's export industries works.
6. learning | 30 Jul 2012
About business & research
» Bridging the gap between universities & business, the best way he can help his country, decides former economics tsar Somkid Jatusripitak.
7. news | 17 Dec 2013
» The next government should set up a committee unaffiliated to any political party to scrutinise the last administration’s rice-pledging policy, an academic at the Thai Development Research Institute (TDRI) suggested on T...
8. business | 13 Dec 2013
» As anti-government protests rumble on, Kasikorn Research Centre (K-Research) forecasts national economic growth next year ranging from 0.5% to 4.5%, according to four ways the dispute could play out.
9. business | 21 Nov 2013
» Thailand should allow free trade in the energy, telecommunications and financial sectors to drive competition and lower costs for business operators, says the Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI).
10. news | 02 Nov 2013
» Rubber farmers in the South have a message they want to get across: they are not all rich and they and their families are at the mercy of crop prices.