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Today Rice News Headlines...

World Bank economist lists factors behind uncompetitiveness


Growers hold protests in Larkana, Sukkur over low paddy price, water shortage
Digital initiatives to streamline PDS
EU study: Trade deals could threaten European beef, rice farmers
Nigerians now smuggle rice with bullion vans
Record aman yield in the offing
FAS Predicts Continued Drop in Per Capita Consumption of Table Rice;
Stagnant Use in Animal Feed
Arkansas Farm Bureau: Daily Commodity Report
Shopping bags made from rice sacks help kids like Kumar
The Arkansas Rice Annual Meeting
Rice: The Enviromental Crop!
63 billion baht worth of rice and tapioca deals expected from match-making
event
S.Korea to buy 299,000 T surplus rice to ease oversupply
Korea's rice output falls slightly in 2016
Steps out to lessen rice-growing area
Over one million tonnes of rice left over
Cebu port receives 49K tons of milled Vietnamese rice
Rice Prices
6,000 officials suspected in B142bn rice scheme loss
NCPO pushing ahead to support rice farmers
Rice Bran Wax Market Research Report Now Available at Research Corridor
Postdoctoral Fellow - Molecular Genetics (Grain Quality)

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News Detail...

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Dr.Hasina Gul

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World Bank economist lists factors behind


uncompetitiveness

Swabi

November 15, 2016

Swabi

Dr.Hidayat Ullah
Assistant Professor, University of

Dr.Abdul Basir
Assistant Professor, University of

TAHIR AMIN

Zahid Mehmood
PSO,NIFA Peshawar

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151 Pakistan's decline in competitiveness has been driven by the poor trade
facilitation, infrastructure gaps, inefficient logistics and a poor investment climate,
said Enrique Blanco Armas, World Bank's Lead Country Economist for Pakistan.

Falak Naz Shah

Head Food Science & Technology


2
ART, Peshawar

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"The continued falling of exports highlights Pakistan's worrying decline in export


competitiveness," said Armas while briefing mediapersons on the WB report "Pakistan
Development Update," here Monday.

Armas flanked by Muhammad Waheed, Senior Economist at WB, stated that Pakistan revenue
collection as percentage to GDP is one of the lowest in the world. However, they hoped that
inflation will remain in the single digit, growth would accelerate while there are little or no
chances in remittances fall. The WB officials stated that falling exports and stagnant investment
rates are still challenges to the economy. After achieving macroeconomic stability, the
government's structural reforms programme is progressing but there is much more to do, they
added.
Armas termed China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) very important for the country with
respect to investment, infrastructure development, economic growth and job opportunities.
Pakistan has also lagged behind its competitors in trade openness, reducing its prospects of
regaining export momentum. The simple average tariff has fallen only slightly from 14.4 percent
in fiscal year 2013 to 13.4 percent in fiscal year 2016.

According to the WB report, the fiscal year 2016 saw continuation of a longstanding decline in
Pakistan's share in global trade. This trend is a combined reflection of the Pakistan's weakening
export competitiveness and soft global demand in key sectors. Food and textiles, in particular,
are key contributors to Pakistan's exports and continue to suffer from a decline in international
prices and demand. For example, although Pakistan exported more rice in fiscal year 2016 than
the preceding year, lower international prices translated to a lower total value of rice exports.

The agriculture sector is predicted to recover from its poor performance in fiscal year 2016.
Subdued growth in exports and accelerated growth in imports are expected to lead to a widening
of the current account deficit from 1.1 percent in fiscal year 2016 to 1.7 percent in fiscal year
2017. Like previous years, this will be offset by remittance inflows so foreign exchange reserves
are expected to continue to accumulate.

Exports continued to shrink during the fiscal year 2016, recording a decline of 8.8 percent
compared to 3.9 percent fall in the fiscal year 2015. The imports in the fiscal year 2016 also
contracted by 2.3 percent, primarily due to lower international oil and commodity prices. This
resulted in a slight widening of the trade deficit, as a percentage of GDP from 6.3 percent in
fiscal
year
2015
to
6.5
percent
in
fiscal
year
2016.

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Pakistan's export performance has also been poor over the past few years, caused by both a weak
external environment and significant supply-side constraints, which affects the country's
competitiveness. The tension between revenue objectives and trade competitiveness may
warrant.

The European Union (EU) is a major and growing market for Pakistan's exports, accounting for
30.8 percent, of which the UK's share is 7.4 percent in fiscal year 2016. An economic slowdown
in the EU and the UK as a result of 'Brexit' would likely slow the demand for Pakistani exports,
particularly textile exports. Also, a potential appreciation of Pakistani rupee against British
Pound and Euro would increase the price of Pakistan's exports, thereby reducing their
competitiveness
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Growers hold protests in Larkana, Sukkur over low paddy price,


water shortage
LARKANA: Paddy growers of various parts of Larkana district on Monday held a demonstration
Jinnahbagh gate to demand a reasonable price of their produce.They raised slogans against the
government for not paying heed to their repeated calls for fixing a reasonable rate for their produce.
The protesters marched from Jinnahgate to the local press club where their leaders told reporters that
paddy growers were being denied a reasonable rate despite the fact that the price of various paddy verities
in the international market had gone high and rice growers in other parts of Asia were getting given the
benefit of this upward trend by their respective governments.
They warned that they would intensify their protest if their demand for a higher price of their produce was
not considered and accepted.
SUKKUR: The growers whose lands are fed through the Narli minor (irrigation channel) staged a protest
demonstration in front of the Ghotki deputy commissioners office at Mirpur Mathelo on Monday against
acute shortage of water in their areas.
The protesters, led by Mohammed Ali Shar, Mohammed Zaman Shar and others, raised slogans against
the irrigation officials concerned for allegedly causing an artificial shortage of water.They told local
reporters that water being released in Narli minor was not reaching their lands at the tail-end due to which
they had been suffering heavy losses.

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They said that farming was the only source of livelihood for hundreds of families living in the tail-end
areas but unavailability of water had turned their lands barren. They alleged that the irrigation officials
concerned were selling away the canal water to the influential landowners by diverting it to their lands.
The big landowners had also laid illegal watercourses, they complained.They urged the higher authorities
to take notice of the illegal practice and take effective steps against such landowners and dishonest
officials in order to save lands of the affected growers.
Published in Dawn November 15th, 2016

Digital initiatives to streamline PDS


STOCK TAKING:Roads and Buildings Minister T. Nageswara Rao, Civil Supplies Corporation (CSC)
Chairman Peddi Sudarshan Reddy and District Collector D.S. Lokesh Kumar at the Civil Supplies
department review meeting in Khammam on Tuesday.- PHOTO: G.N.RAO

7,213 metric tonnes of rice was being supplied to 11.19 lakh beneficiaries
The Civil Supplies Department is poised to introduce a slew of digital initiatives to track the
movement of essential commodities online and check irregularities in distribution of the food
grains under the Public Distribution System (PDS) across Telangana.

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e-pass system

The technology-driven upcoming initiatives include launch of ePass online method in the PDS,
introduction of biometric system in all fair price shops and installation of CCTV cameras at all
Mandal Level Stock (MLS) Points to eliminate the menace of middlemen, curb hoarding and
smuggling of commodities earmarked for the PDS.
The new digital initiatives among other measures aimed at strengthening the PDS were discussed
in detail at a review meeting attended by Minister for Roads and Buildings T. Nageswara Rao
and State Civil Supplies Corporation Chairman P. Sudarshan Reddy here on Tuesday.
Transparency
District Collector D.S. Lokesh Kumar, the representatives of rice millers and ration dealers
associations were among those present.
Mr. Nageswara Rao said that the State Government had initiated several key reforms in the PDS
to bring about greater transparency and accountability in distribution of food grains to the
intended beneficiaries.
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The proposed ePass online method will help curb diversion of essential commodities and other
irregularities in the PDS, he asserted.He underscored the need for stepping up surveillance to
check illegal transport of rice allotted for the PDS.

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Biometric devices
Detailing the upcoming technology-driven initiatives, Mr. Sudarshan Reddy said biometric
devices would be installed in all the ration shops at an estimated cost of Rs. 52 crore.The MLS
points will be brought under round-the-clock electronic surveillance, he said, adding that
weighing machines will be installed at each point to prevent malpractices in the PDS.Mr. Lokesh
Kumar said that 7,213 metric tonnes of rice was being supplied to 11.19 lakh beneficiaries under
the PDS in the district.Fine rice to an extent of 419 metric tonnes was being supplied to as many
as 1,447 State-run hostels and schools.
http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/telangana/digital-initiatives-to-streamline-pds/article9351644.ece

EU study: Trade deals could threaten European beef, rice


farmers
Europe
15.11.2016
By our dpa-correspondent and Europe Online

Brussels (dpa) - Future EU trade agreements with countries such as the United States, Canada and
Vietnam could threaten some European farmers, a report showed Tuesday, while underlining "significant
gains" for other parts of the agricultural industry. EU negotiations on a landmark free trade deal with the
United States and a similar accord struck with Canada have drawn vocal opposition in the European
Union, with the blocs influential farming sector among those concerned about an increase in foreign
imports. "The overall picture is positive for high-value European agricultural exports," European
Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen said of the report, prepared by the EUs executive.
Europes dairy and pigmeat farmers stand to benefit in particular, according to the study. But it also
highlights "vulnerabilities" in the beef and rice sectors, which could be hit by a decline in prices and other
trade effects.
The study examines 12 future trade agreements, including deals with Canada and Vietnam that have been
negotiated but not yet implemented; the so-called TTIP deal with the US; and others being hashed out
with Japan, Thailand, Indonesia and Latin Americas Mercosur countries.

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It shows that the EU is taking the right approach by protecting its most sensitive sectors, said EU
Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan. The commission has only agreed to partially liberalize beef
imports from Canada and rice imports from Vietnam, it said. The study is based on theoretical scenarios,
assessing the impact of lowering EU import tariffs.
It also focuses on arable crops, sugar and tobacco farming. The study does not look in detail at fruit and
vegetable farming, wine, olive oil or processed agricultural products.
http://en.europeonline-magazine.eu/eu-study-trade-deals-could-threaten-european-beef-ricefarmers_495310.html/

Nigerians now smuggle rice with bullion vans


ON NOVEMBER 15, 20166:38 PMIN NEWSCOMMENTS
The Oyo/Osun Area Command of Nigeria Customs Service on Tuesday said it had arrested a Bullion Van
concealed with imported smuggled rice. It said despite the ban on commodity, some Nigerians have now
resorted to smuggling the staple food in bullion vans. The command said it also made some seizures
which included 30 fairly used vehicles at different locations in the area. File: Rice-Smugglers intercepted
by Customs The Area Controller, Mr Tolutope Ogunkua, who disclosed this to newsmen in Ibadan said
that the bullion van was intercepted in the Saki axis of Oyo state. He said that the arrests would send a
serious signal to recalcitrant saboteurs of the Nigeria economy.
Ogunkua said it was worrisome that some Nigerians had remained unrepentant even with the clampdown
and the losses they suffered, adding that the command remained unshaken to deal with them. According
to him, two persons were apprehended with the bullion van and have since been in the custody and will be
charged to court soon. He said that the command had been on the trail of the particular bullion van which
usually went with police escorts. Ogunkua said that the surveillance men of the command had a gun duel
with the suspects before they were apprehended. You will recall that I had reiterated our resolve to
increase the revenue profile of the command and to tirelessly reduce the incidence of smuggling.
In keeping to this promise, the command initiated new anti-smuggling strategies which led to remarkable
exploits evidenced in the situation on display today. The Customs boss urged well-meaning members of
the public, who wished to engage in legitimate business to come forward for verification for trade
facilitation and other inquiries. The recalcitrant ones, who still insist on engaging in illicit business of
smuggling, should be well advised that they will not escape the long arm of the law, especially as the
yuletide approaches he said

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Record aman yield in the offing

Farmers harvest aman paddy at a field at Kadimnagar in Sylhet. Photo: Star


Sohel Parvez

Farmers are on course to bagging higher paddy from the aman harvesting season thanks to
favourable weather and increased plantation, said the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the
United Nations.Aman typically accounts for 38 percent of the country's annual rice
production.This season, about 2.06 crore tonnes of aman paddy would be produced, up 2 percent
from last year's record output, said the UN agency. The 2.06 crore tonnes of paddy would yield
1.36 crore tonnes of rice.

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This reflects an increase in the area planted in response to a rebound in prices and continued government
support and higher yields due to favourable weather conditions, said FAO in its latest brief on
Bangladesh.

The prediction comes at a time when harvesting of aman paddy has started in various parts of the
country, leading to a fall in prices of the staple from the record highs in October.
Retail and wholesale prices of rice surged for the fifth consecutive month and reached record
highs last month as a result of tightening domestic supplies, said FAO in its Domestic Price
Warnings on Bangladesh, posted on its website on November 10.The UN agency put the price
warning level at 'high' for Bangladesh.In Dhaka, the retail price of coarse rice shot up to Tk 40
per kilogram in October, according to data from the Department of Agricultural Marketing and
Trading Corporation of Bangladesh.
The price came down to Tk 37 each kilogram yesterday.In its Domestic Price Warnings, FAO
said seasonal upward pressure was compounded by the reduced output in 2016 from the main
boro and minor aus crops.
Government purchases, although of small quantities, also added some upward pressure, it said,
adding that another driver for the rising prices was the reduced rice import this year.Boro paddy
production was officially estimated at 2.84 crore tonnes (1.89 crore tonnes of rice), which is
slightly below 2015's record level, owing to a contraction in planted areas, mainly in response to
low domestic prices at the time of sowing.Similarly, low prices were behind the reduced acreage
for aus crop in 2016, as a result of which its production was lower than a year earlier, said the
UN body.
However, the favourable weather conditions during the aman cropping season benefitted sowing
activities and crop development.Farmers have planted seedlings on 56.93 lakh hectares during
the aman crop season this year, up 2 percent year-on-year, according to preliminary data of the
Department of Agricultural Extension.A top official of the DAE also predicted good harvest this
season.
Paddy production in 2016 will definitely be 5.23 crore tonnes, marginally below the last year's
level, according to FAO's estimates.Cereal imports are also likely to drop 6 percent to 53 lakh
tonnes this fiscal year because of low rice imports on expectation of sufficient local availability
and increased import duties. Wheat imports are anticipated to remain close to last year's record of
44 lakh tonnes, FAO said.
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FAS Predicts Continued Drop in Per Capita Consumption of
Table Rice; Stagnant Use in Animal Feed
By Jim Guinn

TOKYO, JAPAN -- In its latest report, the Foreign Agricultural Service post in Tokyo reports that with
continued decline in Japanese table rice consumption, the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and
Fisheries (MAFF) began subsidizing farmers to shift production from table rice to other crops. For those
farmers who have not reduced rice production, MAFF has had some success in encouraging increased
production of rice for animal feed and use of paddy rice as
silage.

Per-capita rice consumption dropped one kilogram to 54.6 kilogram (120 pounds) in Japanese FY2015
(April 2015 - March 2016), and MAFF estimates that total table rice consumption dropped 160,000 MT
to 6.96 million MT in MY2015/16 (Japan's marketing year for rice is November-October). MAFF
forecasts total table rice consumption will further decline by 30,000 MT to 6.92 million MT in
MY2016/17. About 1.1 million MT of rice was used for animal feed in MY2014/15, increasing rice's

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utilization ratio in feed from 3.9 percent in MY2013/14 to 5 percent, at the expense of corn, sorghum, and
wheat.
MAFF further estimates that, based on the first nine months of MY2015/16, the utilization ratio of rice in
animal feed will increase by only 0.1 percent to 5.1 percent, attributable to competitive prices for
corn. Accordingly, as feed consumption is not expected to offset the 160,000 MT decrease in table rice
consumption, total rice consumption is expected to decline by 100,000 MT to 8.5 million MT in
MY2015/16.
Rice for feed use is forecast to remain flat in MY2016/17 as strong corn demand is expected to suppress
any increases in feed rice consumption. Consequently, total rice consumption is forecast to remain
unchanged at 8.5 million MT in MY2016/17.
Based on value, Japan is perennially the second largest export market for U.S. rice, however, that rice
makes up a very small percentage of total Japanese domestic use.

Arkansas Farm Bureau: Daily Commodity Report


Rice
High Low
Long Grain Cash Bids - - - - - Long Grain New Crop - - - - - -

Futures:

ROUGH RICE
High Low Last Change
Jan '17 944.0 930.0 939.0 -0.5
Mar '17 969.5 956.5 965.0 0.0

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May '17

989.0 0.0

Jul '17

1007.0 0.0

Sep '17

1016.5 0.0

Nov '17

1016.5 0.0

Jan '18

1016.5 0.0

Rice Comment
Rice futures were unchanged to fractionally lower today after posting sharp losses to open the
weekMonday. The market set new contract lows in early dealing before closing near the middle
of the day's relatively narrow trading range. USDA's November production estimate was 234.8
million cwt, down 1.2 million cwt from the October report, due to a decrease in the yield forecast
of 39 pounds per acre. The production decrease carried over into the ending stocks column as
well, as usage remained steady. However, exports have been slow to materialize, and there is
currently a lot of rice to move

Shopping bags made from rice sacks help kids like Kumar
Lee Mannion 14th November 2016
Attendees at this year Good Deals conference will be sporting some particularly colourful
delegate bags this year.They come from Buy Rice Back, a social enterprise that sells the bags to
fund the education of kids that would otherwise be begging on the streets of Tamil Nadu in
southern India.The bags are made out of the colourful rice sacks that are discarded in that area of
India. They are sold in several European countries and the profits help support My Name is
Kumar, the foundation set up by Renee Schreurs.
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Schreurs came up with the idea after visiting India in 2012 to work with the CARE
Foundation for six months.

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The country got under her skin and Schreurs returned in 2013 only to find the childrens home
shed been working at was at risk of closure because of funding cuts.

Caption: Brothers and sisters Sandhiya, Bhavani, Ramya, Saravanan some of the My Name is
Kumar kids
In response, Schreurs set up the My Name is Kumar foundation. It is named after the confident
introduction that one of the first children the foundation helped he was introducing himself to
his new head teacher at the time.
As well as the bags, laptop sleeves are also produced. It is also possible to sponsor a child's
education.

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The foundation provides a home and education to 46 children that would have otherwise been
forced to beg to survive. The foundation also works with social workers to keep a further 37
children at home whilst having access to education.As well as being a good example of
recycling, the tote bags that our delegates will be sporting produce yet more rice. The sale of a
10 tote bag can pay for a 25kg sack of rice 148 portions of rice for the children at the
home. And the sack will of course get reused.The purchase of the bags for the Good Deals
conference will support the education of ten children for a year
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The Arkansas Rice Annual Meeting

The Arkansas Rice Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of rice farmers and industry
representatives from the Arkansas River Valley to the Mississippi Delta, from Louisiana to
Missouri. This years event will highlight additional resources growers can utilize; sessions
include information from NRCS Partnership Coordinator Amanda Mathis, Carbon Credit panel
discussion with farmers Mark Isbell, Mike Sullivan and Jim Whitaker and much more. All
meeting attendees will enjoy an industry trade show as well as a free catfish lunch.
TO REGISTER FOR THE ARKANSAS RICE ANNUAL MEETING AS AN
INDIVIDUAL ATTENDEE, PLEASE CLICK HERE.
TO REGISTER FOR THE ARKANSAS RICE ANNUAL MEETING AS AN EVENT
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Rice: The Enviromental Crop!

Rice Farming TV

Published on Nov 13, 2016


The 2016 California Rice Harvest is over and our winter break is approaching! First we need to prepare the rice
fields for the winter months by chopping and discing the straw so that we may flood the fields in order to aid the
decomposition process. We also prepare our harvest equipment for the off-season by cleaning them and making any
necessary repairs.

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63 billion baht worth of rice and tapioca deals


expected from match-making event
By Thai PBS
November 15, 2016
The Ministry of Commerce is holding a trade match-making event from Sunday until Wednesday during
which Thai exporters of rice and tapioca can meet with their potential buyers from abroad to discuss trade
deals.
Commerce Minister Apiradee Tantraporn said Monday that about 300 potential buyers from abroad are
attending the event. 73 Thai rice exporting companies and 39 tapioca exporting firms have participated,
she added.

The minister expected that, at the end of the event, US$ 1.8 billion or 63 billion baht worth of deals of the
two farm produce would be inked between the two sides including $806 million worth of rice deals and
$1,005 million worth of tapioca deals.The deal makings will result in the increase of deliveries of rice and

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tapioca for the months of November and December, said the minister, adding that she is optimistic that
the 9.5 million tonnes of rice export target will be achieved.

She disclosed that five MoUs have already been inked one for 10,000 tonnes of Hom Mali rice between
Siam Diamond Export Rice Company and OEC International Holding of Hong Kong; 600 tonnes of
Riceberry rice between Riceland Food and Dah Chong Hong of Hong Kong and 800,000 tonnes of
tapioca deal between PR Intertrade and Fu Lai Chun Group of China.According to the Commerce
Ministry, 6.85 million tonnes of rice worth $3.08 billion have been exported for the first nine months of
this year, representing 4.4 percent droop compared to the same period latyer.During the same period, 8.12
million tonnes of tapioca worth $2.17 billion were exported, representing 20 percent short of last years
export.
http://www.pattayamail.com/thailandnews/63-billion-baht-worth-rice-tapioca-deals-expected-matchmaking-event-155204

S.Korea to buy 299,000 T surplus rice to ease oversupply


Nov 15 South Korea said on Tuesday it will buy 299,000 tonnes of this year's rice surplus in an
effort to ease oversupply and stablise the domestic rice market in a bumper year.Asia's fourth
largest economy produced nearly 4.2 million tonnes of rice this year, down 3 percent from last
year's 4.33 million, but still supply outstrips demand due to low consumption, the country's
agriculture ministry said in a statement citing Statistics Korea data released on Tuesday.

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Korea's rice demand is expected to be around 3.9 million tonnes, the ministry statement said. The
country's rice consumption was at a record low of 62.9 kg per person as of 2015.As the rice glut
weighs on prices, coupled with falling rice consumption, the agriculture ministry said in
September it would carry out the rice purchase from Sept. 23 through Dec. 31.Seoul's previous
plan included purchasing 390,000 tonnes of rice for the country's rice inventories. (Reporting by
Jane Chung; Editing by Sunil Nair)
http://www.reuters.com/article/southkorea-rice-idUSL4N1DG2EQ

Korea's rice output falls slightly in 2016


Published : 2016-11-15 15:32
Updated : 2016-11-15 15:42
South Korea's rice output dropped slightly in 2016 from last year due mainly to the bad weather
conditions in the harvest season, government data showed Tuesday.The country's rice production reached
4.2 million tons this year, down 3 percent from 4.33 million tons in 2015, according to the data compiled
by Statistics Korea.

But the 2016 figure


marks a 6.1 percent
gain from the fiveyear average of 3.96
million tons amid
years of bumper
harvests.The
statistics agency said
the
weather
condition
in
September
was
cloudy and rainy
when the rice grains
began to ripen.A
total of 779,000
hectares of rice paddies was cultivated this year, down 2.6 percent from last year.Earlier, the South
Korean government said it will purchase all of this year's rice surplus, forecast to be some 300,000 tons,
as part of efforts to deal with a chronic supply glut of the staple crop. (Yonhap
http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20161115000719

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Steps out to lessen rice-growing area
November 15, 2016 18:31
By The Nation

The Cabinet Tuesday gave the green light to two measures to lessen the rice growing area,
with a combined budget estimated at Bt487.25 million.
Nattaporn Jatusripitak, an adviser to the commerce minister, said the measures came under the
policy on integrated agricultural promotion for the sufficient economy.The first measure involves
green manure cropping which will be implemented in 200,000 rais in 19 provinces along the
Chao Phraya River by the Land Development Department, with an estimated budget of Bt383.49
million. This measure will be executed during October 2016-May 2017.
The second concerns promotion for the production of field corn in 2 million rais at 35 provinces
by the Department of Agricultural Extension, with an estimated budget of Bt103.76 million. It
will be implemented during October 2016-June 2017
http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/breakingnews/30300061

Over one million tonnes of rice left over


Current amount of rice leftover from domestic businesses is now about 1.2 million tonnes,
according to the Vietnam Food Association (VFA) and the Ministry of Industry and Trades
statistics (MoIT) at the end of October, 2016, due to excess supply over demand.
Inside a Southern export rice storage house. The excessive amount of rice produced coupled with
other factors are bringing down prices and increasing leftover quantity in 2016
In the first 10 months of 2016, Viet Nams rice export turnover reached over four million tonnes
at US$1.9 billion, down 18.24 per cent in quantity and 14.25 per cent in value compared to the
same period in 2015.Since the end of the second quarter in 2016, VFA has decreased estimated
export turnover for rice from 6.5 million tonnes to 5.65 million tonnes, the most significant drop
in VFAs history.At present, even this number has proven to be difficult to achieve as Vit
Nams rice market is struggling to bounce back.With regard to the current market demand, many
businesses are failing to achieve their planned goal since demand has been largely below supply.

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China has been Viet Nams chief rice export market with the most potential, but it has already
run out of its import quota on Vietnamese rice.
In addition to dwindling domestic demand, the drop
in rice price is due to the already low prices from
other exporting countries, such as Thailand, Pakistan
and India, as they enter their main harvest with the
expectation of further price decrease.Currently, any
estimation of the rise or fall in market demand based
on market signals is still unreliable, according to the
VFA.Meanwhile, Vietnamese farmers continue to
harvest three crops per year at insignificant quantity.
The Mekong River Delta has also been experiencing
heavy rainfall, making the quantity and quality
unreliable. VFA asserted that in terms of price and product quality, Vietnamese rice export
would have a hard time holding its ground against other supplies.
To promote rice export, the MoIT has proposed working with the Ministry of Agriculture and
Rural Planning (MARD) in product promotion, market development and implementation of
signed trade agreements to lessen individual market dependence. The VFA will also continue
monitoring the domestic market and devise timely solutions for both traditional and potential
trade partners., as well as. T as meThe MoIT has also petitioned the Government to instruct the
State Bank of Vit Nam to create more favourable conditions for rice traders to gain access to
loans and preferential credit package.Of the 1.2 million tonnes left over, about 443,000 tonnes
belong to the Vietnam Southern Food Corporation (VINAFOOD II) and more than 600,000
tonnes belong to other businesses.
VNS
http://english.vietnamnet.vn/fms/business/166973/over-one-million-tonnes-of-rice-left-over.html

Cebu port receives 49K tons of milled Vietnamese rice


By: Michelle Joy L. Padayhag
09:51 PM November 15th, 2016

ABOUT 49,000 metric tons of well milled Vietnamese rice were delivered by seven vessels to the Cebu
International Port (CIP) since last month.Of the 49,000 metric tons, the 30,000 metric tons are intended
for Western Visayas while the remaining 19,000 metric tons will be for Central Visayas buffer stock,
said Olma Marie Bayno, information officer of the regional National Food Authority (NFA-7).The
shipment forms part of the 250,000 metric tons of imported rice delivered to the CIP.

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One vessel unloaded its shipment while the second vessel is scheduled to unload its rice shipment this
month.
Cebus ports have so far received 2,283,422 bags of imported rice out of the 3,400,000 bags allocated for
Central Visayas this year.The rest of the vessels are anchored at the midstream awaiting for available
berthing space, Bayno said.She said only one berthing space was allocated by the Cebu Ports Authority
(CPA) for the seven vessels.
But Bayno said Cebu has enough warehouses to store the rice stocks
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Rice Prices
as on : 16-11-2016 01:50:12 PM
Arrivals in tonnes;prices in Rs/quintal in domestic market.

Arrivals
Current

Price

%
Season
Prev. Prev.Yr
Modal
change cumulative
Modal %change
Rice

Bazpur(Utr)

2476.00 289.61

72791.06

2188

2084

20.62

Bhivandi(Mah)

2200.00 -46.34 180435.00

2700

2500

31.71

Pilibhit(UP)

850.00 -89.38 167957.50

2235

2240

1.82

Gadarpur(Utr)

848.00

1898

1993

2.87

Baxirhat(WB)

215.00 -10.42

2815.00

2400

2400

Gondal(UP)

148.00

-10.3

13674.50

2150

2150

2.38

Devariya(UP)

82.00

9.33

2659.00

2200

2195

8.91

Aligarh(UP)

80.00

-5.88

7360.00

2560

2550

18.52

69.6 193114.00

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Thodupuzha(Ker)

70.00

NC

5320.00

3000

3000

15.38

Silapathar(ASM)

51.00

-3.77

1587.90

3000

3000

NC

Saharanpur(UP)

50.00 -16.67

6931.00

2300

2300

10.58

Lanka(ASM)

45.00

-10

3900.00

2000

2000

12.68

Kayamganj(UP)

45.00

275

156.00

2270

2270

Beldanga(WB)

45.00

-2.17

4350.00

2525

2525

12.22

Kasimbazar(WB)

43.00

NC

3085.00

2480

2470

10.22

Cachar(ASM)

40.00

-50

4350.00

2200

2200

-18.52

Karimganj(ASM)

40.00

NC

2040.00

2350

2350

4.44

Bishnupur(Bankura)(WB)

40.00

33.33

546.00

2300

2300

Khatra(WB)

34.00

-5.56

1517.00

2300

2550

NC

Gazipur(UP)

32.00

6.67

3700.00

2210

2210

9.68

Arakalgud(Kar)

26.00

2500

88.00

1835

1800

Lakhimpur(UP)

25.00

25

913.00

2140

2160

-2.73

Gauripur(ASM)

16.00

-36

158.00

2200

2200

-12.00

Udala(Ori)

16.00

NC

786.00

2800

2800

NC

Islampur(WB)

15.00

NC

558.90

2400

2400

17.07

Kaliaganj(WB)

12.00

-20

1235.00

2550

2550

-5.56

Kolhapur(Laxmipuri)(Mah)

11.00

-8.33

2448.00

3000

3000

-3.23

Deogarh(Ori)

9.00

NC

640.00

2500

2500

NC

Dibrugarh(ASM)

8.50 -29.17

192.40

2250

2250

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Kolaghat(WB)

8.00

NC

1337.00

2500

2500

4.17

Tamluk (Medinipur E)(WB)

8.00

NC

1290.00

2500

2500

4.17

Sheoraphuly(WB)

7.00

-6.67

549.15

2900

2875

16.00

Ranaghat(WB)

7.00

-12.5

159.00

2300

2200

6.98

North Lakhimpur(ASM)

6.50

712.5

2240.30

1900

1900

NC

Chengannur(Ker)

6.50

NC

638.00

2300

2300

-8.00

Jeypore(Ori)

5.50

NC

355.90

4100

4100

NC

Mirzapur(UP)

4.50 -35.71

1849.10

2180

2175

9.82

Muradabad(UP)

4.00

-50

612.70

2310

2320

0.43

Jeypore(Kotpad)(Ori)

3.60

-10

331.90

4100

4100

26.15

Chandoli(UP)

3.50 -41.67

278.50

2140

2145

13.83

Jahangirabad(UP)

2.50

25

33.00

2255

2250

Kalimpong(WB)

1.50

25

59.00

2650

2650

17.26

Kolar(Kar)

1.00

-90

293.00

1600

1600

-15.79

Aroor(Ker)

1.00

-50

205.70

6900

6900

-12.66

Kasipur(WB)

0.70 -22.22

45.00

2350

2240

11.90

Bonai(Bonai)(Ori)

0.60

100.40

2500

2500

13.64

NC

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/economy/agri-business/article9353127.ece

6,000 officials suspected in B142bn rice scheme loss

15 Nov 2016 at 13:23 8,851 viewed25 comments

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Public auditors find rotting grain at a warehouse in Phitsanulok province during an survey of rice
stockpiled under former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra's rice-pledging scheme in 2014.
(Photo by Chinawat Singha)
The justice minister has received a list of 6,000 state officials suspected of malfeasance leading
to losses totalling 142 billion baht in the Yingluck Shinawatra government's rice-pledging
scheme.Minister Paiboon Koomchaya said at Government House on Tuesday that the list came
from the Prime Minister's Office and the ministries of agriculture, commerce, finance and
interior. Of the 6,000 names, 2,000 were former ministers and members of sub-committees at
executive levels, and the other 4,000 were officials at operational levels, the justice minister said.
That did not mean all of the listed people had already been found guilty, Gen Paiboon said.
Authorities would examine the details to confirm those really responsible for the loss, and how
much they should pay individually to compensate the state.He also said the Interior Ministry had
yet to list business operators also responsible for the 142 billion baht loss.The government is
demanding 178 billion baht in compensation for the losses accumulated by Ms Yingluck's ricepledging scheme for the 2012-2014 crops. The former prime minister has been ordered to pay
20% of the sum, or 35.7 billion baht. The military government blames her for not stopping the
scheme once it was found plagued with losses and corruption, despite being advised repeatedly
to do so.

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The government has said it would order the other government officials involved, and business
operators, to pay the remaining 80%, totalling 142 billion baht.The Yingluck government's
pledging price was set at 40-50% higher than the market price in the hope that hoarding rice in
massive stockpiles would push up global prices, but the scheme backfired. In September Prime
Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha issued an order under Section 44 of the 2014 interim constitution
authorising the Legal Execution Department to seize the assets of state officials found liable to
pay civil damages for the rice programme losses.
http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/general/1135880/6-000-officials-suspected-in-b142bn-ricescheme-loss

NCPO pushing ahead to support rice farmers


Yingluck defends help to struggling families
16 Nov 2016
WRITER: WASSANA NANUAM & AEKARACH SATTABURUTH
Democrats launched political attacks on ex-premier Yingluck Shinawatra, claiming her 20-baht rice is
profiteering at farmers' expense. (Photo FB/y.shinawatra)
The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) vowed
Tuesday to move ahead to help farmers sell their rice at better
prices, directly to consumers cutting out the middleman.Over
the past week, military units in all regions have purchased
both unmilled and milled rice from farmers totalling 18,991
tonnes, said Col Sirichan Ngathong, deputy spokeswoman of
the NCPO.The military cooperatives' five millers have also
milled 69 tonnes of rice for farmers in the Northeast, she
said.Soldiers were deployed to 44 provinces to help farmers
harvest rice, collect data and survey rice purchases by the
1,068 private-run rice millers in 45 provinces.They also
organised so-called Pracharat (civil state) markets where
1,085 stalls provided space to sell rice to more than 20,000
consumers, she said.
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In an assessment of this work, the NCPO found most farmers were satisfied with the assistance
provided, she said.In addition, army chief Chalermchai Sitthisart, in his capacity as secretarygeneral of the NCPO, said the government was speeding up implementation of a range of

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measures designed to help ease the problem of low rice prices.Among the measures are loans for
affected farmers so they won't have to rush into selling rice paddy, subsidising harvest costs and
improving the quality of rice, and subsidising production costs for farmers for the 2016-2017
crop, said Gen Chalermchai. The NCPO's Peace and Order Maintaining Council is exploring
ways to resolve the problem of low rice prices and those of other crops in a more sustainable
manner, he said. It will be important to balance the quantity of crop production and changing
market forces and distribution channels, he said.Meanwhile, ousted prime minister Yingluck
Shinawatra insisted Tuesday she had never taken advantage of farmers by buying and re-selling
their rice.Writing on Facebook, Ms Yingluck said she bought the milled rice from farmers in
northeastern provinces at a price of 20 baht/kg, a profitable price for farmers, and sold the rice at
20 baht/kg without taking a profit.
"If I wanted to make a profit or pass the burden to the end buyers, I would have had to sell the
rice at 25 baht/kg," she wrote. Ms Yingluck said her move to buy rice from farmers was aimed at
providing farmers with an alternative channel to sell rice without middlemen, which would help
them save on costs. "Regrettably, my intention as a citizen to help farmers during this hard time
was interpreted in other ways," she said.Ms Yingluck was responding Democrat Party member
Warong Dejkitwikrom who said Ms Yingluck's selling price at 20 baht/kg was designed to
undercut and hurt farmers as she could buy the rice and sell it at higher prices but chose not to do
so. The Democrats said they had also helped cut out the middleman for rice farmers, but didn't
give details.Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, meanwhile, plans to visit Pathum Thani on

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Friday to meet rice farmers and inspect water management for agriculture in the province, one of
the country's important rice growing areas.

http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/politics/1136297/ncpo-pushing-ahead-to-support-ricefarmers

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Postdoctoral Fellow - Molecular Genetics (Grain Quality)


Job ID: HQ00477
Location: Philippines
Closing Date: 02-Dec-2016
Salary: 37800 - 48000 USD per Year
About IRRI
IRRI is a nonprofit independent research and training organization and is a member of
the CGIAR Consortium. IRRIs research is being done under the framework of the CGIAR
Research Program on Rice, also known as the Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP), which
the Institute leads.

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ob Purpose
Unravel the genetics, biochemistry and molecular biology of nutritional quality of rice grain in
close collaboration with genomics team, breeders, molecular marker application specialists and

cereal chemists.
This position is based at IRRI Headquarters, Los Baos, Laguna, Philippines. Globally Recruited
Staff benefits can be found here.
Roles and Responsibilities
Research

Detailed analysis of grain composition of selected rice lines from Global Rice MAGIC
and biparental mapping populations focusing on proxy measures related to elevated
resistant starch and dietary fibre contents as well as quantification and characterization of
starch structure and grain digestibility
Identification of candidate genes, haplotypes, and molecular markers using genome-wide
association study (GWAS) and coordination with breeders and NARES partners for
implementation of marker-assisted selection (MAS) for rice nutritional quality traits
Work closely with other teams in GQNC (genomics and metabolomics), PB (multi-site
trials), PhilRice (sensory and consumer preference) and Rothamsted (dietary fibre)

Publication and Dissemination

Writing of scientific reports and manuscripts for publication in international peer-refereed


journals
Attend international conferences and conduct scientific oral presentations

Coordination, Communication, and Liaison

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Contribute to planning of project research agenda and project output on Enhanced Rice
quality for Health (EnRicH) by communicating with project partners and other
stakeholders to ensure research outputs are properly executed and coordinated
Provide scientific and technical support to scientists, staff, scholars, technicians, breeders
and NARES partners

Management

Manage assigned activities in project which may include budget and time management
Supervise a small project team of NRS and research students

Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisor from time to time.


Qualifications

PhD in a relevant discipline (Plant Molecular Biology, Plant Biochemistry or Plant


Breeding and Genetics)

Skills Required

Special expertise needed on starch structure, dietary fibre and resistant starch
manipulation
Demonstrated ability to perform in a multidisciplinary and multicultural environment
Demonstrated ability to work well within a team
Excellent analytical skills
Excellent organizational skills

Before applying, please make sure that you have read the requirements for the position and that
you qualify.
Applications from non-qualifying applicants will most likely be discarded by the recruiting
manager.
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