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October 11, 2012
A farmer carries rice plants she harvested at a paddy field outside Hanoi October 11, 2012. Thailand's...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A farmer carries rice plants she harvested at a paddy field outside Hanoi
A farmer carries rice plants she harvested at a paddy field outside Hanoi October 11, 2012. Thailand's rice intervention scheme is distorting trade around Southeast Asia, attracting rice smuggled from neighbouring countries into Thai government stockpiles, but genuine business remains slack and Thai prices have fallen this week. The 5 percent broken grade fell to $555 a tonne from $585, way above the same grade in Vietnam of $445-$452 a tonne. That was up from $430-$435 early this week but still below the new floor price of $460 a tonne set by the Vietnam Food Association. Vietnamese 25 percent broken rice was quoted at $410-$420 a tonne versus $420 last week, lower than the $435 a tonne set as the floor, which came into effect on Wednesday. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
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