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China's food sanitary and safety violations to boost Thai food exports

It is anticipated that China's food sanitary and safety violations are may boost Thai food exports to the US, EU, Canada and Japan.

Thailand's “quality standards” are anticipated to raise food exports to the US, EU, Canada and Japan, which have imposed stringent measures against Chinese food, says Vilai Klatsrichart, president of the Thai Food Processors Association.
She says it is anticipated that the country's food exports could show a 10-12% increase over 2006, fetching Baht 140 million (€3.14 million) in export revenue in 2007, and this, despite the 6% increase since the start of this year in the baht's appreciation, which had hit export earnings.
 

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