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Investigation launched on rotten and burnt rice cases in Phitsanulok

PHITSANULOK, 18 September 2013The Commerce Ministry has established a committee to investigate the case of rotten and burnt pledged rice being dumped in a...

Commerce Minister: Commodity prices in general are acceptable

BANGKOK, 17 September 2013 Deputy Commerce Minister Yanyong Phuangrach reaffirmed that at the moment, apart from eggs, none of commodity goods have unusually high...

Egg prices expected to decline during vegan festival

BANGKOK, 13 Sep 2013 Egg prices are expected to drop during the vegan festival and school break due to reducing public demands.  ...

Finger pointed at Finance Ministry to fulfill rice-subsidy scheme

BANGKOK, Sept 12 – The Finance Ministry is responsible for finding funding, be it through domestic or foreign loans, for the new round of...

Commerce Ministry to send out LPG Price inspectors daily

BANGKOK, 3 Sep 2013 The Commerce Ministry has been sending out LPG price inspectors along 15 routes in the country, to examine gas shops...

Lab tests show Thai rice clear of chemical residues, toxins

BANGKOK, Aug 31 – The Commerce Ministry reports that the latest tests on 220 rice samples from various provinces found no hazardous residues or...

Commerce Min rebuts toxic rice export rumours

BANGKOK, 29 August 2013 The Commerce Ministry has presented fresh evidence to deny a report that importers in the U.S. rejected a shipment of...

Commerce Ministry to merge 3 low-cost retail chains

Three retail outlets selling inexpensively-priced goods, and operated separately by the Commerce Ministry, will be merged into a single entity, according to Deputy Commerce...

New round of rice purchases to reach 7 million tonnes

NAKHON SAWAN, Aug 12 – Seven million tonnes of paddy will be sold to the government under the rice pledging scheme in the current...

Pork price to be frozen for the next 3 weeks ahead...

BANGKOK, 1 Aug 2013, Deputy Commerce Minister Yanyong Phuangrach has announced pork price freezes, following recent surges which have caused hardship to low-income...

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