High demands push Vietnamese rice's prices up: Business Recorder Business

High demands push Vietnamese rice's prices up: Business Recorder

Vietnam’s rice export prices hit a more than nine-year high this week as fresh orders trickled in, while rates for the Indian variety held near a one-month peak on healthy demand from buyers in other Asian countries and Africa, according to an article published on Pakistan’s news website Business Recorder.
Rice exports to see bright outlook this year Business

Rice exports to see bright outlook this year

Increasing global demand, stable domestic production, and better rice quality count among the reasons Vietnam can be confident its rice exports will prosper again in 2021 and surpass the 3.1 billion USD in revenue posted in 2020, despite a significant decline in the first two months of this year.
Rubber industry enjoys good start in 2019 Business

Rubber industry enjoys good start in 2019

Vietnam earned 220 million USD from shipping 175,000 tonnes of rubber abroad in January, up 10.8 percent in value and 28.9 percent in volume compared to the same month last year.
Global demand for Thai rice remains high World

Global demand for Thai rice remains high

Thailand has exported 5.5 million tonnes of rice during the first five months of this year and is expected to reach its export target of 11 million tonnes by the end of the year.
Thai rice still in global demand World

Thai rice still in global demand

Thai rice is still in global demand and exports will likely hit 10 million tonnes this year, thanks to increasing orders at both government-to-government and peer-to-peer levels. ​
Thai rice producers agree to cut output World

Thai rice producers agree to cut output

Thai rice farmers, millers and exporters have agreed to the government's plan to cut rice production in the 2016-17 crop, according to the local website “Bangkokpost.com”.