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Customs permission sought to resume export of eggs

May 02. 2020
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By THE NATION

The Department of Internal Trade (DIT) has submitted a letter to the Customs Department to allow entrepreneurs to export chicken eggs from May 1.

Previously, Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister Jurin Laksanawisit had said on March 31 that the Committee for Prices of Goods and Services had agreed to extend the ban on export of chicken eggs until April 30 to prevent any shortage in domestic markets.

Officials at the Commerce Ministry said that DIT deputy director-general Prayoth Benyasut has submitted a letter to the Customs Department director-general, stating that the ban on export of chicken eggs had already passed the deadline.

“This will allow entrepreneurs to export chicken eggs from May 1 onwards,” the officials said.

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