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Thai garlic farmers suffer as cheaper Chinese bulbs flood the market


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Well if they're selling less, Thai economics suggest they should increase the price to make up for lower sales volumes.

“Thailand needs to deal with the smuggling of garlic from China because while the official import figure is just 70,000 tonnes a year, the actual quantity is nearer to 100,000 tonnes, with much of it

The Thai and Chinese garlic are both tasteless....they should sell fresh garlic which tastes much better.  

3 hours ago, webfact said:

“The government must reconsider the import measures by monitoring the retail price in China and Thailand, inspecting the import tax collection and controlling the garlic import companies,” he added.

Ah, the ol' knobble the opposition plan

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