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Commerce Minister reaffirms rice mortgage scheme a success

BANGKOK, Aug 18 – Commerce Minister Boonsong Teriyapirom reaffirmed that the government is still pressing ahead with the rice mortgage scheme because of...

Govt declared success in rice-pledging scheme

BANGKOK, 18 August 2012  – The government has declared its success in the rice-pledging program, which is said to have helped raise the...

Commerce Ministry to extend price-pegging scheme

BANGKOK, 30 July 2012  – The Commerce Ministry is planning on extending the price-pegging scheme on all products to help consumers cope with...

Government to continue rice mortgage scheme

BANGKOK, July 26 - The Thai government will continue its rice mortgage scheme and is confident that rice exports in 2012 will reach...

Commerce Ministry urges Thailand to fix weaknesses before AEC

BANGKOK, 26 July 2012  – The Ministry of Commerce has indicated that Thailand is now 70% equipped to join the ASEAN Economic Community...

12 Thai items remain on US preference list

BANGKOK, July 16 – Twelve Thai produced goods still enjoy trade benefits under the United States' Generalised System of Preferences (GSP), according to Commerce...

Commerce Ministry orders palm oil stocks checked

BANGKOK, 10 July 2012  – Commerce Minister Boonsong Teriyapirom has assigned Department of Internal Trade (DIT) to check stocks of palm oil and refineries....

Commerce Ministry: Thailand & Côte d´Ivoire agree in USD145mil rice trade...

BANGKOK, 7 July 2012  – The Commerce Ministry has announced its success in its direct sales of rice to the government of Côte d'Ivoire,...

Thailand to negotiate with EU on generalised system of preferences

BANGKOK, July 5 - Thailand's Trade Negotiations Department has been assigned to speed up its negotiations with the European Union (EU) on its new...

Commerce Ministry reiterates full support for export sector

BANGKOK, 28 June 2012  - The Commerce Minister has reiterated his full support for the export sector in the face of the European...

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