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Cambodian Rice Quotes (Updated 19-25, Feb, 2018)
Variety
&
Percentage
Premium 
Jasmine
Rice 
(Rumduol)
Purity 

90%
Wet Season
Jasmine
Rice
(Rumduol)
Purity
>
85%
Wet Season

Fragrant Rice
(Sen Kra Ob)

>

85%
Dry Season

Long Grain White Rice IR
5% 880 870 770 480
10% 875 865 765 475
25% .... .... .... 460
A1 Extra Super .... .... .... ....
A1 Super .... .... ....  ....

FOB Term US$/Ton Phnom Penh or Sihanouk Ville Port (Min Order 10 Containers) 

Cambodian Premium Red and Organic Rice Quotes ( Update Jan-June 2018 )

Variety
&
Percentage
Organic (Phka Malis) 
Jasmine Rice
= 92%
Wet Season
Organic Brown Jasmine Rice
(Phka Malis)
Purity = 92%
Wet Season
Red Jasmine Rice
(Phka Malis)
Wet Season
5% 1,362 1,250 1,407
10% .... .... ....
25% .... .... .....
A1 Extra Super .... .... .....
A1 Super ..... .... .....

FOB Term US$/Ton Phnom Penh or Sihanouk Ville Port

World Rice Quotes Comparison (Update 19-25, Feb, 2018)

Country
Variety
CAM VIETTHAIINDPAKMY
Jasmine Rice  880 ... ... ...  ...  ... 
Fragrant Rice (SKO) 770 ... ... ...  ...   ...
 White Rice
100% B
 ...  ...  ... ... ... ... 
 White Rice
5%
 480 ... ... ... ... ...
 White Rice
10%
 475 ... ...  ...  ... ...
 White Rice
15%
475 ...  ...  ... ... ...
 White Rice
25%
 460 ...  ...  ...  ...   ... 
 Parboiled Rice ... ... ... ... ... ...

FOB Term US$/Ton 

Cambodian Rice Exported by Months 2015 to 2018

Monthly2015201620172018Variation
1. Jan 35,921 44,033 48,820 62,623 +28,30%
2. Feb 37,676 51,912 60,731    
3. Mar 75,867 66,275 57,127    
4. Apr 51,719 39,550 45,716    
5. May 41,842 32,558 45,243    
6. Jun 40,800 33,862 30,925    
7. Jul 28,492 24,087 27,354    
8. Aug 29,819 27,799 56,274    
9. Sep 26,969 41,429 49,776    
10. Oct 43,906 60,016 70,149    
11. Nov 48,748 58,168 70,122    
12. Dec 81,479 62,455 73,442    
Yearly
Export
538,396 542,144 635,679 62,623

 

Sources: Mekong Oryza - Cambodia Rice Federation CRF 

Top Countries Imported Cambodian Rice Monthly 2015-2018

Yearly
/Tons
FRAPOLCHINAMALNETBEL
Year 2015 116,639 75,257 58,410 54,914 58,410 18,557
Yearly
/Tons
CHINAFRANETMALPOLUK
Year 2016 127,460 78,329 28,690 38,877 64,035 17,673
Yearly
/Tons
CHINAFRANETMALPOLUK
Year 2017 199,857 77,363 27,175 38,360 44,023 26,775
2018 CHINA FRA NET MAL POL

UK

Jan 18,503 7,331 2,574 4,127 2,964 2,430
Feb            
Mar            
Apr            
May            
Jun            
Jul            
Aug            
Sep            
Oct            
Nov            
Dec            
Total 18,503 7,331 2,574 4,127 2,964 2,430

Sources: Mekong Oryza

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Asia rice prices update as of February, 2018
Posted: Feb 02, 2018

BENGALURU (Reuters) - Rice prices in India, the world’s biggest exporter of the staple, extended a recent rally this week to reach their highest in 6-1/2 years on robust overseas demand and limited supply amid a stronger local currency.

“Inquiries have risen from Asian and African buyers but supplies are limited. The recent upside in the rupee is also forcing us to raise prices,” said an exporter based in Kakinada in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh.

India’s 5 percent broken parboiled rice prices rose by $3 per tonne to $447-$451, the maximum since September 2011, when India lifted a four-year-old ban on non-basmati rice shipments.

The Indian rupee was trading near its highest in 32 months, slashing exporters’ returns from overseas sales.

India’s rice exports likely jumped 22 percent in 2017 to a record 12.3 million tonnes as Bangladesh ramped up purchases.

Bangladesh has emerged as a major importer of the grain since last year after floods damaged its crops.

On Thursday, the head of the state grains buyer in Bangladesh said the country will scrap a plan to import 150,000 tonnes of rice from Thailand, agreed at $465 a tonne in October.

In Thailand, benchmark 5 percent broken rice narrowed to $443-$446 per tonne, free-on-board (FOB) Bangkok, after hitting a peak since June 2017 last week at $440-$448.

The Thai Rice Exporters Association on Wednesday urged the government to temper a rise in the baht to protect exports, after the local currency soared to over four-year highs against the dollar.

Exporters were concerned that a stronger baht, which translates to higher export prices in U.S. dollars, could affect the competitiveness of Thai rice globally.

“Everything depends on the exchange rate. My business has gone quiet, because clients say it’s too expensive now,” said a Bangkok-based trader.

Meanwhile, high prices prevailed in Vietnam on depleted stocks, with benchmark 5 percent broken rice trading at $440-$450, FOB Saigon. Prices hit a more than three-year high of $450 a tonne last week.

Traders said, however, there would be enough supply for the deal with Indonesia, whose purchase of about 346,000 tonnes from four exporting countries including Vietnam had boosted prices.

Traders expect prices to ease around the end of February, when the harvest for the winter-spring paddy is complete.

“Prices might drop but it depends on demand at the time of harvest,” a trader based in Ho Chi Minh city said.

Another trader said the new crop has been collected from some 150,000 hectares (370,600 acres) of rice so far, a small part in the country’s 1.65 million hectares of growing area.

Source: Reuters

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