BANGKOK, Jan 17 (Reuters) - Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia will meet by February to find ways to stabilise rubber prices, Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said on Saturday. In his weekly radio address, Thaksin said an informal ministerial meeting would be held in the southern town of Had Yai, where the three countries would come up with long-term measures to manage rubber prices if there was any volatility. The meeting was set after Malaysia's industrial minister visited him on ...
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