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Three milling firm execs face fraud charges

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The Phichit provincial court has approved warrants for the arrest of three executives of a rice milling company for alleged fraud, a senior police officer says. 

Nattariya Boonkua, Munin Chantra, and Nattakit Ananchalin, of L-Gold Manufacture Co, face charges relating to the disappearance of 12,000 tonnes of rice acquired by the company under the government's pledging scheme, Phichit police chief Krisana Siripiyawat said Wednesday.

Some 12,000 tonnes of rice "disappeared" from a Phichit rice warehouse similar to this one, the government has charged. (EPA photo)

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