Thai floods damage rice, seen delaying shipments

Reuters: Floods have inundated farms and some rice mills in central parts of Thailand, threatening to delay at least 300,000 tonnes of exports due for shipment mainly to Indonesia and Africa this month. Swollen rivers were hampering the movement of barges, while ships at the ports were unable to load cargoes in the face of heavy rains, three traders said on Wednesday, which will push up prices of the staple that have already been supported by a government intervention scheme. "The situation is really......

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