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NONTHABURI, Jan 19 (TNA) – The Central Committee on the Prices of Goods and Services resolved to control the prices of chickens and chicken meat and ordered large-scaled farms and slaughterhouses to declare their stocks and costs.

 

Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister Jurin Laksanawisit said after the committee’s meeting that the panel decided to control the prices of chickens and chicken meat and required any raiser who had 100,000 chickens or more and the owner of any slaughterhouse that processed over 4,000 chickens a day to declare their stocks and costs on monthly basis.

 

Besides, the committee also ordered the owners of 55 feed factories to report their costs, production volumes and stocks and seek approval from the Department of Internal Trade before changing product prices.

 

Full Story: https://tna.mcot.net/english-news-865246

 

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Maybe it is just me but whatever the government "controls" usually goes South. 

Establish laws under which breeding is done, protecting customers, breeder as well as livestock and ensure that those laws are adhered to. 

If I see the daily fluctuations of pork, chicken (and specially eggs) ........ the mind boggles! 

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Another day, another joke. Does anyone seriously believe that these companies, who want to maximize profits, will be reporting true numbers?

Just to be forced to sell at lower prices?

Dream on....

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Where did all the chicken go??? 

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Thai shipments account for 9 per cent of chicken imported by China so far in 2020.

Thailand has sent a total 78,369 tonnes of fresh chicken to China this year, with volume up 70 per cent and value up 75 per cent to $222.41 million year on year.

 

 https://www.nationthailand.com/in-focus/30396092 

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chicken just went up in price not because of shortage or any other problem, just because they know pork are expensive so people would fall back to chicken, why not just rip people off if they start buying chicken

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6 hours ago, Sydebolle said:

Maybe it is just me but whatever the government "controls" usually goes South. 
 

Not the prices!!! They go NORTH!!!

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