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Philippine Competition Commission studies rice issues, warns traders manipulating rice prices

Posted on : Wednesday, February 14th, 2018

The Philippine Competition Commission is now studying the issues on rice.

The agency also warns the manipulators on the price of rice that they might be charged.

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