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BANGKOK 14 February 2014 Gold Traders Association president Jitti Tangsithpakdi has expressed his concerns over the prolonged protest that it will have adverse effects on gold trading. 
BANGKOK, 14 Feb 2014 Mr. Pinit Khampu, Deputy Managing Director of the Transport Company Limited revealed that the number of passengers using its services had dropped 30% since the political…
BANGKOK, 12 February 2014 The Tourism Council of Thailand remains optimistic about tourism revenue in 2014 despite political confrontations.
BANGKOK, 13 Feb 2014,  The Department of Primary Industries and Mines will focus on the development of economic minerals mining, especially potash. 
BANGKOK, Feb 13 – The Finance Ministry has resolved to borrow from the Bank of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) to pay farmers for the rice pledging scheme, a senior…
BANGKOK, Feb 13 – The first group of 50 farmers filed a lawsuit with the Civil Court today against the government for failing to pay for the rice they delivered…
BANGKOK, 14 February 2014  Organizers of the Thailand Mobile Expo have estimated to see at least 1.5 billion baht in cash flow at the event which is being organized until…
NONTABURI, 13 Feb 2014, Farmers staging protests in the capital and its vicinity have stated they would examine rice stockpiles in the government’s warehouses after the Commerce Ministry had given…
BANGKOK, 13 Feb 2014,  Deputy Prime Minister and Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister, Yukol Limlaemthong has implored rice farmers not to conduct off-season cultivation as the amount of water stored in…
BANGKOK, 13 February 2014 Prices of roses and lotus flowers have gone up severalfold this week, as available supply is lower than normal and with the Valentines' and Makha Bucha…

Govt rice auction met with bidding frenzy

Saturday, 15 February 2014 By NNT
BANGKOK, 12 February 2014  The Department of Foreign Trade (DFT) has opened an auction of 467,000 tons of rice from the government’s stockpile amid a lively atmosphere, with up to…
BANGKOK, 12 February 2013 Thailand's high-speed train project has been confirmed to take place amid concerns that it might be scrapped due to the political standoff in the country. 
BANGKOK, 12 February 2014 The Ministry of Commerce is set to auction 460,000 tons of pledged rice today in a bid to secure funds to pay farmers in the rice…
BANGKOK, 12 Feb 2014 The construction sector is eyeing business expansion to countries in the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) while also maintaining regular customers in the domestic market. 
BANGKOK 12 February 2014  NIDA has suggested that the Yingluck Administration give farmers back their pledged rice, in order to reduce stockpiles that might otherwise turn to waste — suggesting…
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