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Commerce Ministry to assist export sector due to Baht appreciation

BANGKOK, 14 April 2013  – The Minister of Commerce plans to have a discussion with members of the private sector involved regarding the...

OTOP trading value grows 80% in a decade

The sales volume of Thailand’s grassroots products, valued at over Bt100 billion last year, has surged more than 80 percent since the inception...

Minister guarantees quality rice without fungus from govt stock

BANGKOK, April 5 – Thai Commerce Minister Boonsong Teriyapirom today ruled out an allegations that some brands of fungus-contaminated rice in the market...

OTOP goods distribution to be increased via retail trade

BANGKOK, 5 April 2013 Commerce Minister Boonsong Teriyapirom presided over the launch of a project to improve One Tambon One Product (OTOP) potentials...

Thailand, Bangladesh sign MoU extending rice agreement

BANGKOK, March 29 - Thailand and Bangladesh signed  an agreement to extend the timeframe of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)  on their rice trade...

Commerce ministry calls meeting to revise export target

BANGKOK, 27 March 2013 The Ministry of Commerce is set to hold talks with Thai economic diplomats stationed around the world in May in...

Belgian prince starts royal trade activity in Thai kingdom

BANGKOK, March 18 – Crown Prince Philippe of Belgium and his delegation of public and private sector representatives met with Thai officials today...

Over 30,000 tonnes of rice to be released from state stockpiles

BANGKOK, March 16 – More than 30,000 tonnes of rice under the government’s subsidy scheme will be sold to two state enterprises in...

Controversial Bt15,000/tonne rice subsidy continues

BANGKOK, March 12 – The Yingluck government's much-criticised rice pledging scheme which subsidises rice purchases from farmers at Bt15,000 per tonne will remain unchanged...

Govt’s rice pledging scheme to remain untouched

BANGKOK, March 1 – Deputy Prime Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong today allayed concerns among farmers nationwide on the government’s rice subsidy, reaffirming that the...

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