The comment came after her visit to China where both governments have agreed to establish a sub-committee to supervise bilateral trade on agricultural products including rice and para rubber. She also said that China expressed its interest in procuring rubber from Thailand and in processed rubber investment.
The Prime Minister has assigned Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister Niwatthamrong Boonsongpaisan to handle the deal and the promotion of investment among Chinese investors.
Miss Yingluck indicated that China's demands for rubber is at several million tons, adding that she has signed a memorandum of understanding in exchanging various agricultural products in the future as well.
Meanwhile, Nakhon Si Thammarat Senator Siriwat Kraisin urged political parties not to intervene with the ongoing rubber demonstrations while underlining negotiation as the solution.