Slow outlook for 2012 rice exports

Slow outlook for 2012 rice exports

There are 1 comment on the Pnompenh Post story from May 17, 2012, titled Slow outlook for 2012 rice exports. In it, Pnompenh Post reports that:

Rice being milled in Cambodia in 2009. The high cost of milling is one factor experts say that is holding back the industry.

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Loveland, CO

#1 May 17, 2012
Cambodia should look for another alternatives to improve economy and business. They should not concentrate too much on agriculture, it needs to concentrate on high tech. Cambodia people need a cheap rice, vegetable, fish and meat at home and also the borders need to be regulated. Cambodia government should bring high tech business into Cambodia, so people can advance and expose themselves in new technology, instead of working as maid, on the farms. Don't you all feel embarrassing to the world, this is 21 century. Cambodia don't deserve to work as maids, farmers and sex slaves. Please give up your $50000.00 cars or $70000.00 trucks and look at people around you they are so poor. It won't make you better than those poor people when the world look at you.

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