Thailand: The Impact of Drought on Agriculture in 2020

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Analysts predict that the current severe drought in Thailand will cause losses in agricultural production estimated at approximately 26 billion Thai Baht (U.S. $840 million), mainly due to reduced MY2019/20 off-season rice production. The drought is also expected to affect off-season field crops, fruit trees, and freshwater fish farming production but to a much lesser degree than for rice.

Thailand: The Impact of Drought on Agriculture in 2020

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