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SSRice Prices Update

07 June 2024

FOB prices for Jul 2024 shipment ( in 50 kg pp bags )

SSRice Special - Weekly

13 June 2024

Indonesia has been one of the star-buyers of the 2023 and 2024, with the first talk of import demand showing in Nov 2022, when many of us met in Phuket. 

SSRice Presentations

26 October 2023

Comparison of the amount of rainfall over the years 2001-2023 with the normal average of the whole country

SSRice Videos

20 March 2024

SS Rice News Convention 2024  provides an event focused on information and intelligence gathering blended with networking for two days of analysis, discussion, meeting opportunities in a mix of formal and informal settings to provide and ideal environment to gain from 2 or even 3 days of rice related activities in the idyllic environment in Danang, Vietnam. With presentation and panel session featuring our own analysis of markets, and key issues that markets will need to focus on as the 2023/24 trading year reveals itself, with the Thai, and Indian main crops, as well as key harvests we see in Pakistan, Myanmar and as rice production reaches a peak across Southeast Asia (including Indonesia, Philippines and Malaysia), to reveal the biggest harvests across global markets.

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13 June 2024

(VAN) The Philippines reduced the rice import tax from 35% to 15%. Businesses in the Mekong Delta believed there was an opportunity for Vietnamese rice to keep prices high and boost exports to this market.

13 June 2024

Five major food items are set to increase in price this June following supply disruptions that the recent heavy rains have occasioned.

11 June 2024

A lawmaker has renewed his call for the passage of a measure that will allow the government to buy rice from farmers at P5 to 10 more per kilo than farm gate prices amid the looming reduction of tariff for imported rice.

11 June 2024

THE REDUCED duties on rice imports will shrink the pool of money available to allocate as farmer aid under the Rice Competitiveness Enhancement Fund (RCEF), but will not affect the core RCEF programs involving farm modernization, analysts said.

11 June 2024

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Finance (DOF) has estimated that revenue losses from rice tariff reduction may reach up to P22 billion this year as the government moves to bring down inflation and eventually cut interest rates to make room for economic growth.

11 June 2024

The country’s imported rice arrivals have reached more than 2.08 million metric tons (MMT) as of May 30, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Plant Industry (BPI).