Pig farmers protest big business

BANGKOK - About 300 pig farmers rallied at the Charoen Pokphand Foods (CPF) building, claiming the agribusiness was monopolising the business and cutting pork prices.
calendar icon 8 May 2007
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They claimed that CPF has caused pig farmers to lose more than 7 billion baht because of their price reduction of pork in the past six months.

The protesters gathered at Lumpini park in Bangkok and walked to the building. They put a wreath in front of the building, demanding the company stop expansion, and then reduce the breeding of pigs.

Source: Bangkokpost.com

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