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Golden Rice on target

Golden Rice on target

Golden Rice Cambodia Co Ltd has exported 5,000 tonnes of Jasmine rice to date in 2010 and is on track to hit its target of 20,000 tonnes by year end, according to the company general manager, Chan Vuthy. The 5,000 tonnes were sold for about US$950 per tonne to the European Union. It is hoped that sales will continue in the same vein. “We hope that we will be able to export rice in larger amounts in the future because it is of a quality to meet international market demands,” he said.

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