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HK rice deal signed

HK rice deal signed

DOMESTIC firm Lauren Import Export Co Ltd signed an agreement Monday with Hong Kong-based Triumph Sky Trading Ltd to supply 660 tonnes of jasmine rice at US$990 per tonne. Lim Bun Heng, manager of Lauren Import Export, told the Post late Monday that according to this week’s agreement – worth a total of $653,000 – his company would start supplying jasmine rice to its Hong Kong partner from the end of this month until January. “Following this export order, we hope that the markets for Cambodian rice and paddy will continue to improve for farmers,” said Lim Bun Heng.

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