Thailand finds ways to shore up falling tapioca price


BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The Ministry of Commerce held a meeting of government agencies, tapioca farmers and exporters to discuss solutions for the plummeting price.

The price of cassava fell to Bt2.1 per kilogramme, in contrast with rising demand in the global market, said Keerati Ratchano, director-general of the Foreign Trade Department.

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