U.S. rice exports doing better despite competition: Part II

Changes in rice policy in Thailand and India have complicated the lives of U.S. rice producers in recent years. Thailand’s intervention program and India’s subsidies led to a buildup of rice stocks in those countries. Despite those and Thailand’s efforts to regain lost market share, U.S. rice exports are doing better, according to Dennis DeLaughter, a speaker at the National Conservation Systems Cotton and Rice Conference.

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