Vietnam ready to stabilise price of rice, pork Business

Vietnam ready to stabilise price of rice, pork

The Ministry of Industry and Trade has asked rice traders to strictly maintain a reserve equivalent to at least five percent of their export volume in the six most recent months as well as enhancing efforts of price stabilisation in the domestic market amid ongoing global uncertainties.
China to import more rice from Cambodia World

China to import more rice from Cambodia

Chinese authorities have agreed to speed up the review of applications of 40 Cambodian firms that want to export rice to the Chinese market, according to local media.
New decree removes barriers for rice exporters Business

New decree removes barriers for rice exporters

According to a new governmental decree, rice-exporting businesses will no longer be required to own rice storage, paddy milling and grinding facilities with processing capacities of 5,000 tonnes of rice and 10 tonnes of paddy per hour, respectively.
Demand for Vietnamese rice to be stable in Q3 Videos

Demand for Vietnamese rice to be stable in Q3

The Vietnam Food Association reported demand for Vietnamese rice is expected to be stable in the third quarter of the year. Thus, rice traders will not have to worry about finding markets.
Weak demand poses difficulty for rice exporters Business

Weak demand poses difficulty for rice exporters

Vietnamese rice exporters are facing difficulties in fulfilling their target of selling 8 million tonnes of rice abroad this year as demand is waning while supply is increasing, warned Truong Thanh Phong, President of the Vietnam Food Association.
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Thai-Cambodian trading zone to be established

Thailand and Cambodia have recently held a workshop on the creation of ASEAN rice market and trading cooperation mechanism. Both nations agreed to set up a trading zone at the Thai-Cambodian border.
World rice prices may soar next year Business

World rice prices may soar next year

The price of rice will rise to 700 USD per tonne next year even though India has returned to the market, according to the CEO of The Rice Trader, a leading trade publication and analyst of the global rice industry.