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712 million Baht to be paid to 3,900 rice growers

The rice pledging scheme time frame cannot be extended after its last day on Friday as this would be in violation of the charter,...

Govt allocates Bt712 million to pay farmers under rice subsidies

BANGKOK, Feb 11 - Thailand's caretaker Cabinet today approved the withdrawal of Bt712 million from the central fund for overdue payments to farmers from...

Farmers threaten to occupy all rice warehouses after talks with Govt...

BANGKOK, 10 February 2014  The negotiation between farmer protesters and the government has ended with a walkout after representatives of the government failed to...

Farmers from 26 provinces threatens to close highways in protest of...

BANGKOK, 13 December 2013 Rice farmers from 26 provinces have threatened to close highways in their areas if the government fails to speedily accelerate...

‘Niwatthamrong’ talks with Japan for more Thai exports under JTEPA

BANGKOK, 13 Dec 2013 Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister Niwatthamrong Bunsongphaisan is holding talks with Japan to allow more Thai exports to that...

Thailand negotiates GSP extension with Canada

BANGKOK, 12 Dec 2013 Thailand is asking Canada for the extension of its Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) privilege. Acting...

Commerce Ministry keeps watchful eyes on consumer goods prices

BANGKOK, 2 December 2013 The Commerce Ministry will strictly monitor prices of goods to prevent unscrupulous traders from hoarding commodity goods or increasing their...

‘Yanyong’ reaffirms transparency of the Government’s packed rice scheme

BANGKOK, 28 Nov 2013 Deputy Commerce Minister Yanyong Phuangrach affirms the Government's packed rice scheme has been carried out in transparency.  ...

PM holds meeting to deal with southern flood situation

BANGKOK, 26th October 2013 Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra chaired a VDO conference meeting monitoring the flood crisis situation in the southern region of Thailand. ...

PM meets with ministers to prepare for next week’s censure debate

BANGKOK, 23 November 2013 Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Friday called a meeting of related ministers to prepare for the upcoming censure debate, while...

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