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Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Thailand to increase import of Argentine soymeal
January 10, 2007 Thailand to increase import of Argentine soymeal Thai soymeal importers could buy more of Argentine soymeal for February shipment if the price drops, traders said. Argentine high-protein soymeal was purchased at US$ 270 a t ...
Wednesday, November 15, 2006
Thailand to allow unlimited soymeal imports from WTO members
November 15, 2006 Thailand to allow unlimited soymeal imports from WTO members The Thai government has agreed to allow animal feed and livestock associations to import unlimited amounts of soymeal from WTO member countries next year. To qua ...
Monday, March 13, 2006
India sells 5,000 tonnes soymeal to Thailand
March 13, 2006 India sells 5,000 tonnes soymeal to Thailand An Indian soybean trader has sold about 5,000 tonnes of soymeal to a buyer in Thailand at US$218 per tonne, cost and freight, a senior industry official said Saturday. "Deal for ex ...
Wednesday, November 23, 2005
Thailand keeps soymeal import tax for WTO members at four percent
November 23, 2005 Thailand keeps soymeal import tax for WTO members at four percent The Thai Cabinet has agreed to keep the import duty on soymeal from World Trade Organization member economies at 4 percent in 2006, unchanged from 2005, acc ...
Thursday, November 25, 2004
Asia's Soymeal Price Update - Prices Up Marginally in Thailand and Taiwan, Stable in Indonesia (November 25, 2004)
November 25, 2004 Asia's Soymeal Price Update - Prices Up Marginally in Thailand and Taiwan, Stable in Indonesia (November 25, 2004) An eFeedLink Exclusive Report   Prices of soymeal in Thailand rose marginally during the week ended Novembe ...
Friday, November 21, 2003
Thailand Buys 15,000 Tons Soymeal From India
November 21, 2003 Thailand Buys 15,000 Tons Soymeal From India   Thailand has bought about 15,000 tons of soymeal from India for January shipment and importers are negotiating for two more cargoes, regional traders said today. The deal was ...

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