Thailand Agriculture

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Despite considerable geopolitical volatility, Thailand’s economy remains well diversified, stable and poised for expansion in 2017.

Drought conditions caused by the El Niño weather pattern have seen output ease in Thailand’s agricultural sector, with water shortages predicted to slow economic growth in 2016.

 

To what extent has the fall in oil prices had an impact on Thai commodity prices?

 

Thailand has long been a pre-eminent producer and exporter of rice, and the crop has become so important that it has surpassed its role as a lucrative export product and domestic food staple to become an influential social and political component.

 

The naturally fertile land centred around Thailand’s Chao Phraya river basin, combined with increasingly well-developed infrastructure, serves as a strong foundation for what is a robust agricultural base. These advantages have propelled both small-scale farmers and larger agriculture companies from Thailand into the forefront of global agri-...

 

In spite of all the technological gains agriculture has made over the years, crop output from season to season still ultimately depends upon the forces of nature. The often dramatic production fluctuations witnessed every year around the globe are most often the result of favourable or inclement weather patterns rather than any man-made or...

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