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THE FACTOR THAT EFFECT ON THE RUBBER PRICE

BY:

1. Atit Pengbud 5031601212 2. Tharawadee Sansai 5331202024 3. Thunradee Khosakhunnawat 5331202027 4. Preeyaporn Promma 5331202040 5. Rachtanawadee Kaewkhong 5331202054 6. Vipawan Penghae 5331202067 7. Satjapon Budsayakhantapong 5331202073 8. Aninda Puttphong 5331202082

A TERM PROJECT
SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLEMNT OF THE REQUIREMENTS
OF 1006303 ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES

MAE FAH LUANG UNIVERSITY
FIRST SEMESTER, 2012

The Factor That Effect on the Rubber Price

By:

1. Atit Pengbud 5031601212 2. Tharawadee Sansai 5331202024 3. Thunradee Khosakhunnawat 5331202027 4. Preeyaporn Promma 5331202040 5. Rachtanawadee Kaewkhong 5331202054 6. Vipawan Penghae 5331202067 7. Satjapon Budsayakhantapong 5331202073 8. Aninda Puttphong 5331202082

A Term Project
Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements of 1006303 English for Professional Purposes

Mae Fah Luang University
First Semester, 2012

A Term Project Advisor

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(Aj. Kunchalee Lekpetch)

Outline
Topic: The factors that the effect on the rubber price between 2011 to 2012. The rubber is an important industrial crop of the country (Thailand). The price of rubber effect the world economy. There are five factors that effect on the price of rubber.
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References: Bade&Parkin, R. (2009). Foundation of microeconomics. (p. 175). United States of America: Contracts Department. DOI: www.pearsoned.com/legal/permissions.htm David, C HMH. (2012, January 19). Rubber market news. Retrieved from http://www.rubbermarketnews.net/../thai-government-to-spend-thb15-billion-to- boost-natural-rubber-prices/ Makridakis, S., S Rubber market news. (2012). Retrieved from : http://rubbermarketnews.blogspot.com/2011/04/thai-rubber-output-may-miss-target- by.html SOMMER, J Transgexim import export co., ltd (indochina) . (2011). Retrieved from : http://transgeximrubber.vn/NENP27C0I100/News--Event/Thai-government-to-buy- rubber-to-support-prices.bic Sankaeng, T Rawandsuk,Tonsakul and Phuphangsin, P. (2012). Situation of rubber. doi: website:http://www.oie.go.th/sites/default/files/attachments/industry_overview/Annua l2011.pdf MEMBER GROUP

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