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Finance Ministry assured of Bt20 billion return in May

BANGKOK, March 27 – The Commerce Ministry has given assurances that it will pay back Bt20 billion it borrowed from the central fund to...

Commerce Ministry: A Rice Farmers Bank can be established if without...

BANGKOK, 20 Feb 2014  Deputy Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister Yanyong Phuangrach revealed it is possible to establish a bank that would handle financial affairs...

Thai Commerce Ministry holding tripartite talks today on aid to farmers

BANGKOK, Feb 19 – Thailand's Commerce Ministry will meet today with rice millers and farmers to find a way to assist the planters. ...

17 bidders take part in AFET rice auction

BANGKOK, 13 February 2014  17 bidders participated in Thursday’s auction to sell pledged rice through the Agricultural Futures Exchange of Thailand (AFET). ...

Caretaker PM Yingluck promises rice payments to farmers next week

BANGKOK, Feb 14 – Farmers will gradually receive their overdue payments from the rice pledging scheme next week, according to caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck...

Traders participate fully in rice auction

BANGKOK, Feb 13 – Eighteen rice traders have joined a bidding event to buy nearly 500,000 tonnes of rice under the government’s subsidy scheme,...

Assistance offered to 4 civil servants charged with joining protests

BANGKOK, Feb 12 – Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban has calmed four Commerce Ministry civil servants who were charged with violating the emergency decree with...

The Commerce Ministry to speed up the process of payment under...

BANGKOK, 10 Feb 2014 The Commerce Ministry is reportedly ready to sell more than 200,000 tons of rice stockpiles during the rice auction via...

Rice Mills asked to pay part of pledged value to farmers

BANGKOK, 7 February 2014  The Ministry of Commerce asked rice mill owners yesterday, to provide 50-60% of the pledged value owed to rice growers,...

Modern traders will be stocking extra items during Bangkok shutdown period

BANGKOK, 8 January 2014 Retailers will stock a higher quantity of items than usual in order to guard against a shortage of products during...

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