Analysis: High baht hurts rice sales
The Thai baht's rally to the highest level in 16 years is hindering exports from the world's biggest rice shipper, curbing the government's efforts to diminish record state stockpiles and threatening to increase its losses.
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#1 May 4, 2013
THE GREEDY NON-EDUCATED THAI'S TURNING OFF THE WORLD AND IT'S INVESTORS ONE SMALL BAHT RAISE AT A TIME, TO GET THEMSELVES RICH AND HAVE THE NATION SUFFER IN EVERY INDUSTRY BUT THERE OWN POCKETS. THAT'S WHY THAILAND WILL ALWAYS BE AT THE PITS OF THE THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES THEY DON'T CARE, GREEDY MONKEYS.
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