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Post time 2008-4-25 16:58:29 |Display all floors
Originally posted by zglobal at 2008-4-25 14:43
Haha correction.....

Now where do you live anyway....can I guess?



You will never know.....

i guess somewhere where ducks lives in  GREAT Quantities for Exporting .....
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Post time 2008-4-28 10:38:25 |Display all floors

Reply #21 caringhk's post

I have already written in Thailand's Bangkok post on how to solve that problem.

Same prescription as in China case, A government owned "efficient buying house and miller" who'd set up higher prices, reduce cost of milling and distribution via "best practises". This will forced the Private Millers and Distributors to improve their performance.

larger farm lots will definately be forecasted in Thailand as more and more young Thai's will be moving to industrial processing, city services!

ha ha ha


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Post time 2008-4-28 10:40:00 |Display all floors

I did not comment on that sillly communism versus ? thread!

Afterall, why do we LIMIT overselves to the type of solution employable.

This ridiculous use of labeling to secure loyalty of tribes, groups, gangs is really silly.


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Post time 2008-4-28 10:41:01 |Display all floors

..but you guys are the "power brokers", you just go ahead...

...with what you want to do.

Nobody will stop you.


at least not here in the CD BBS.


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Post time 2008-4-28 11:53:28 |Display all floors

#1, another chaos of anti-China? <chcukle>

Originally posted by interethnic at 2008-4-23 21:11
Increased demand from rapidly developing nations such as China, the use of crops for biofuels, global stocks at 25-year lows and market speculation are blamed for pushing prices of wheat, corn and  ...


German group: Don't blame China for price hike
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Updated: 2008-04-26 09:59


BERLIN - A German agricultural market research group on Friday dismissed the often repeated claim that rising demand from China is the main reason for surging world food prices.

"Although China's role in world agricultural trade is increasingly significant, its effect on global agricultural trade is often exaggerated," said the Central Agricultural Market and Pricing Agency ZMP in a report posted on its website.

The group, established by German farm producers, said that in many agricultural segments, China is not, or is only to a limited extent, an importer.

For example, China has so far managed to meet its own demand in wheat, corn and rice, and sometimes even export to other countries, it said.

Although China's grain stock has shrunk by nearly two thirds due to rising domestic demand since the turn of the century and China's pork supply has also declined, the country could still be self-sufficient in medium and long term, and might even become an exporter, the report added.

It also noted that China's domestic consumption of milk and diary products has increased by more than five times in the past decade, but the bulk of this increased demand was covered by a simultaneous expansion in domestic production.

According to the ZMP report, with about 40 percent of global soybean exports going to the Chinese market, China does have a strong influence on world soybean prices.

"Overall, although China is a net importer in the agricultural sector due to very extensive import of oil-bearing seeds, the country still can cover its own rising demand in most of major farm products," the ZMP report said.

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Post time 2008-4-28 13:07:28 |Display all floors
Originally posted by iii3hairs at 2008-4-28 11:53


German group: Don't blame China for price hike
(Xinhua)
Updated: 2008-04-26 09:59


BERLIN - A German agricultural market research group on Friday dismiss ...



As far as i know, China is self suffiecient in food & perhaps even have surplus for EXPORTS.......we can see canned or fresh food from China ......

& China exchanged them for our Palm Oil
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Post time 2008-4-28 13:11:49 |Display all floors
Originally posted by caringhk at 2008-4-25 16:57



They will need a REFRIGERATOR   on their BULLOCK CARTS as takes days to transport say PERISHABLE GOODS

Fresh fruits and veges do need refrigeration for long distance, but grains and other staples don't need!:)

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