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    Prices of vegetable oil, dairy products, and car battery to rise

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    Prices of vegetable oik, dairy products, and car battery to rise
    Mon, November 26, 2007

    Commerce Ministry would allow vegetable oil, dairy products and car battery manufactures to increase retail prices early next year as they have been hard push by skyrocketing oil prices.





    Yanyong Phuangrach, directorgeneral of Internal Trade Department, said yesterday the department will call meeting with dairy products and car battery manufacture to consider their proposals asking for price increase on Friday.

    "Those products have faced significant cost increase so that the ministry would allow them to increase retail prices soon," Yanyong said, adding that new price, however, will be launched early next year.- The Nation

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    inflation ?

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    does not touch me

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    ^

    can you give the appropiate smilie ?? pls

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mid View Post
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    can you give the appropiate smilie ?? pls
    sorry Mid not in the mood today
    being a bit under the weather

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    OK , leaves me wondering whether your being sarcastic or not ?




    not the end of the world .............. , is it a self inflicted aliment ?

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    That's a weird basket of things to arbitrarily allow price rises on?

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    lots more in the pipe line .............

    note that tyres didn't get the nod , yet !!!

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    ^ I somehow suspect auto parts would be the last thing to allow increases, as it might affect the export-competitive large auto industry too much.

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    look at rubber prices ..................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mid View Post
    OK , leaves me wondering whether your being sarcastic or not ?




    not the end of the world .............. , is it a self inflicted aliment ?
    I wish it was self inflicted Mid, but its just a bad case of the flu, all the sarcasm I have left is sputtering out of my nose in a constant drip and all joints feel terrible. I hope a couple of more days of rest and a few aspirin will put me back on an even keel.

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    Yeah, I know it's gotta give, did you see commodity markets exploding today along with the dollar hitting record low against the Euro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chinthee
    ^ I somehow suspect auto parts would be the last thing to allow increases, as it might affect the export-competitive large auto industry too much.
    Ever bought a Toyota or a Sony TV in Japan. Clear examples of "market" pricing.

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