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GENERAL INFORMATION OF COMPANY

Company Information

Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Public Co., Ltd.



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Manufacturer of Sugar and by products Raw Sugar, High Pol Sugar, White Sugar and Refined Sugar 0107574700217 503 KSL Tower 9th Floor, Sriayudhya Road, Rajathevi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand Tel : +66 2 642 6191 - 9 Fax : +66 2 642 6097 43 Moo 10, Nampong-Kranuan Rd., Nampong, Khon Kaen 40140, Thailand Tel: +66 43 441241 - 4 Fax : +66 43 441056 www.kslsugar.com Baht 1,600 million Baht 1,550 million

Sugar Business Information

Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. Type of Business Main Product Head Office Factory

: Manufacturer of Sugar and by products : Raw Sugar, White Sugar and Refined Sugar : 503 KSL Tower 21st Floor, Sriayudhya Road, Rajathevi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand Tel : +66 2 642 6229 - 39 Fax : +66 2 642 6228 : 14/1 Moo 10, Saengchooto Rd.,Tumbon Tamaka, Amphur Tamaka, Kanchanaburi 71120, Thailand Tel: +66 34 542 536 - 8 Fax : +66 34 640 208

New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. Type of Business Main Product Head Office Factory

: Manufacturer of Sugar and by products : Raw Sugar, White Sugar and Refined Sugar : 503 KSL Tower 21st Floor, Sriayudhya Road, Rajathevi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand Tel : +66 2 642 6229 - 39 Fax : +66 2 642 6228 : 75 Moo 9, Saengchooto Rd., Tumbon Tamaka, Amphur Tamaka, Kanchanaburi 71120, Thailand Tel: +66 34 541 080 Fax : +66 34 642 655

Type of Business Main Product Head Office Factory

: Manufacturer of Sugar and by products : Raw Sugar, High Pol Sugar, White Sugar and Refined Sugar : 503 KSL Tower 21st Floor, Sriayudhya Road, Rajathevi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand Tel : +66 2 642 6229 - 39 Fax : +66 2 642 6228 : 24 Moo 1, Ban-Nhongbua Rd., Tambon Mon-Nang, Amphur Panutnikom, Chonburi 20140, Thailand Tel : +66 38 462 431 Fax : +66 38 462 432

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New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd.


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Savannakhet Sugar Corporation (SSC) Type of Business Head Office



: Sugarcane Plantation and Sugar Mill : Unit 22, House#156 - Baan Chaiyapum, Kuwarawong Rd., Savannaket Province, LAO PDR. Tel. & Fax. (856) 41 212 332

Support Business Information

KSL Export Trading Co., Ltd. Type of Business Head Office

: Sugar and Related products exporting activities. : 503 KSL Tower 18th Floor, Sriayudhya Road, Rajathevi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand Tel : +66 2 642 6203 - 6 Fax : +66 2 642 6207

Thai Sugar Terminal Public Co., Ltd. Type of Business Head Office

: Terminal and Warehouse : 90 Moo 1, Soi Siamsilo, Poochaosamingprai Rd., Pheapradaeng, Samut Prakarn 10130, Thailand Tel : +66 2 394 2340 - 9 Fax : +66 2 384 2261, 384 2263

KSL Agro Co., Ltd. Type of Business Head Office



: Sugarcane Plantation : 503 KSL Tower 9th Floor, Sriayudhya Road, Rajathevi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand Tel : +66 2 642 6191 - 9 Fax : +66 2 642 6097

Energy and Chemical Business Information

Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. Type of Business Head Office

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: Producing Alcohol for gasohol and Producing Fertilizers : 503 KSL Tower 17th Floor, Sriayudhya Road, Rajathevi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand Tel : +66 2 642 6191 - 9 Fax : +66 2 642 6294 : 88 Moo 10, Nampong-Kranuan Rd., Nampong, Khon Kaen 40140, Thailand Tel : +66 43 441 141, 441 084 Fax : +66 43 441 204

Type of Business Head Office

Factory

: Electricity Production : 503 KSL Tower 17th Floor, Sriayudhya Road, Rajathevi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand Tel : +66 2 642 6191 - 9 Fax : +66 2 642 6294 : 43 Moo 10, Nampong-Kranuan Rd., Nampong, Khon Kaen 40140, Thailand Tel : +66 43 441 241 - 4 Fax : +66 43 441 056

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Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Co., Ltd.


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KSL Chemical Co., Ltd. Type of Business Head Office Factory



: Producing of Biofertilizer : 503 KSL Tower 17th Floor, Sriayudhya Road, Rajathevi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand Tel : +66 2 642 6191 - 9 Fax : +66 2 642 6294 : 43 Moo 10, Nampong-Kranuan Rd., Nampong, Khon Kaen 40140, Thailand Tel : +66 43 441 241 - 4 Fax : +66 43 441 056

Other Business

KSL Real Estate Co., Ltd. Type of Business Head Office

: Real Estate Development and Training Center. : 503 KSL Tower 9th Floor, Sriayudhya Road, Rajathevi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand Tel : +66 2 642 6221 - 3 Fax : +66 2 642 6224

Champion Fermentation Co., Ltd. Type of Business Head Office



: To invest in Stauch Factory : 503 KSL Tower 19th Floor, Sriayudhya Road, Rajathevi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand Tel : +66 2 642 6210 - 9 Fax : +66 2 642 6220

References

Company Register Thailand Securities Depository Co.,Ltd. 62 The Stock Exchange of Thailand Building, Rachadapisek Road, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110, Thailand Tel : +66 2 229 2800 Fax : +66 2 359 1259

Auditor Sam Nak-Ngan A.M.C. Co.,Ltd. 4th Unit, 19th Floor, Silom Complex Building, 191 Silom Rd., Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand Tel : +66 2 231 3980 - 7 Fax : +66 2 231 3988

Dr. Wuttichai Jittanu (PH.D) Jurisprudence Law Office 503 KSL Tower 5th Floor, Sriayudhya Road, Rajathevi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand Tel : +66 2 642 6111 Fax : +66 2 642 6112

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Summary

ß∫°”‰√¢“¥∑ÿπ‚¥¬ √ÿª (≈â“π∫“∑) INCOME STATEMENT HIGHLIGHTS (THB Million) √“¬‰¥â®“°°“√¥”‡π‘πß“π Revenue µâπ∑ÿπ®“°°“√¥”‡π‘πß“π COGS §à“„™â®à“¬„π°“√¢“¬·≈–∫√‘À“√ SG&A §à“µÕ∫·∑π°√√¡°“√ Director Remuneration °”‰√°àÕπÀ—°¥Õ°‡∫’Ȭ·≈–¿“…’ Profit before Interest &Tax ¥Õ°‡∫’Ȭ Interest ¿“…’ Tax ºŸâ∂◊ÕÀÿâπ à«ππâÕ¬·≈–Õ◊ËπÊ Minority and others °”‰√ ÿ∑∏‘ Net Profit °”‰√ ÿ∑∏‘µàÕÀÿâπ EPS Õ—µ√“°”‰√¢—Èπµâπ Gross Margin Õ—µ√“°”‰√ ÿ∑∏‘ Net Profit Margin

ß∫¥ÿ≈‚¥¬ √ÿª (≈â“π∫“∑) BALANCE SHEET HIGHLIGHTS (THB Million) ‡ß‘π ¥·≈–‡∑’¬∫‡∑à“  ‘π§â“§ß‡À≈◊Õ ∑√—æ¬å ‘π∂“«√ ÿ∑∏‘ √«¡ ‘π∑√—æ¬å Àπ’È ‘πÀ¡ÿπ‡«’¬π √«¡Àπ’È ‘π∑—ÈßÀ¡¥ √«¡ à«π¢ÕߺŸâ∂◊ÕÀÿâπ ¡Ÿ≈§à“µ“¡∫—≠™’µàÕÀÿâπ Õ—µ√“ à«πÀπ’È ‘πµàÕ∑ÿπ

Cash & Cash Equivalent Inventories Net PP&E Total Asset Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Shareholderûs Equity Book Value per share D/E Ratio

ß∫°√–· ‡ß‘𠥂¥¬ √ÿª (≈â“π∫“∑) CASH FLOW HIGHLIGHTS (THB Million) °”‰√ + §à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡ + non cash ‡ª≈’ˬπ·ª≈ß„π Working Capital °√–· ‡ß‘π ¥®“°°“√¥”‡π‘πß“π ≈ß∑ÿπ„π∑’Ë¥‘π Õ“§“√ ‡§√◊ËÕß®—°√ °√–· ‡ß‘π ¥®“°°“√≈ß∑ÿπ °√–· ‡ß‘π ¥®“°°“√®—¥À“‡ß‘π ‡ß‘𠥇ª≈’ˬπ·ª≈ß ‡ß‘𠥪≈“¬ß«¥

Net Profit + Depre. + Non Cash Change in Working Capital from Operating Activities Invest in PP&E from Investing Activities from Financing Activities Change in Cash Flow Ending Cash

2549 2006 6,499 4,870 550 40 1,038 109 213 36 679 0.44 25.1% 10.4%

2548 2005 5,532 4,167 538 41 786 42 194 55 495 0.34 24.7% 8.9%

% Chg 17% 17% 2% -2% 32% 159% 10% -34% 37% 29%

2547 2004 6,057 4,487 626 34 911 39 167 112 593 0.52 25.9% 9.8%

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152 1,769 7,153 10,846 2,478 3,327 7,158 4.14 0.46

2549 2006 944 (833) 111 (1,708) (1,484) 1,283 (88) 176

162 874 5,804 8,620 1,195 1,380 7,240 3.96 0.19

2548 2005 712 (269) 443 (816) (1,019) 393 (183) 264

-6% 102% 23% 26% 107% 141% -1% 4% 144%

% Chg 33% 210% -75% 109% 46% 226% -52% -33%

332 653 5,367 7,957 1,361 1,565 6,392 3.43 0.24

2547 2004 749 344 1,094 (408) (34) (753) 306 451


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‡Àµÿ°“√≥å∑’Ë ”§—≠¢Õß°≈ÿà¡∫√‘…—∑πÈ”µ“≈ KSL „πªï 2549 ∫√‘…—∑œ ≈ßπ“¡∫—π∑÷°§«“¡‡¢â“„® (MOU) °—∫√—∞∫“≈ “∏“√≥√—∞ª√–™“∏‘ª‰µ¬ª√–™“™π≈“« „π°“√°àÕµ—Èß ‚√ßß“ππÈ”µ“≈·≈–°“√¢Õ —¡ª∑“πæ◊Èπ∑’ˇ擖ª≈Ÿ°ÕâÕ¬„π·¢«ß –À«—ππ–‡¢¥  ªª.≈“« ®”π«π 10,000 ‡Œ°µ“√å (62,500 ‰√à) ‚¥¬®—¥µ—Èß∫√‘…—∑ πÈ”µ“≈ –À«—ππ–‡¢¥ ®”°—¥ ´÷Ë߇ªìπ∫√‘…—∑√à«¡∑ÿπ ∑’Ë∫√‘…—∑œ ∂◊ÕÀÿâπ„π —¥ à«π √âÕ¬≈– 80 ¥”‡π‘π°“√‚§√ß°“√ ∫√‘…—∑œ ¡’¡µ‘„Àâ≈ß∑ÿπ„πÀÿâπ‡æ‘Ë¡∑ÿπ¢Õß ∫√‘…—∑ πÈ”µ“≈∑à“¡–°“ ®”°—¥ ®”π«π 7,500,000 Àÿâ𠇪ìπ‡ß‘π 75,000,000 ∫“∑ ∑”„Àâ ∫√‘…—∑ πÈ”µ“≈∑à“¡–°“ ®”°—¥ ¡’∑ÿπ®¥∑–‡∫’¬π∑’Ë™”√–·≈â« ‡æ‘Ë¡¢÷Èπ®“° 525,000,000 ∫“∑ ‡ªìπ 600,000,000 ∫“∑ «—µ∂ÿª√– ß§å¢Õß°“√ÕÕ°Àÿâπ‡æ‘Ë¡∑ÿπ ‡æ◊ËÕπ”‡ß‘π‰ª®—¥À“æ◊Èπ∑’ˇ擖ª≈Ÿ°ÕâÕ¬‡æ‘Ë¡¡“°¢÷Èπ ∫√‘…—∑œ ¡’¡µ‘„Àâ≈ß∑ÿπ„πÀÿâπ‡æ‘Ë¡∑ÿπ¢Õß ∫√‘…—∑ ‡§‡Õ ·Õ≈.°“√‡°…µ√ ®”°—¥ ®”π«π 9,500,000 Àÿâ𠇪ìπ‡ß‘π 95,000,000 ∫“∑ ∑”„Àâ ∫√‘…—∑ ‡§‡Õ ·Õ≈.°“√‡°…µ√ ®”°—¥ ¡’∑ÿπ®¥∑–‡∫’¬π∑’Ë™”√–·≈â« ‡æ‘Ë¡¢÷Èπ®“° 5,000,000 ∫“∑ ‡ªìπ 100,000,000 ∫“∑ «—µ∂ÿª√– ß§å¢Õß°“√ÕÕ°Àÿâπ‡æ‘Ë¡∑ÿπ ‡æ◊ËÕπ”‡ß‘π‰ª¥”‡π‘π°‘®°“√∑“ß°“√‡°…µ√ ·≈–‡ªìπ‡ß‘π∑ÿπÀ¡ÿπ‡«’¬π¿“¬„π∫√‘…—∑ ∫√‘…—∑œ ¡’¡µ‘„Àâ≈ß∑ÿπ„πÀÿâπ‡æ‘Ë¡∑ÿπ¢Õß Koh Kong Plantation Co., Ltd. ·≈– Koh Kong Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. „π  —¥ à«π√âÕ¬≈– 50 ¢Õß·µà≈–∫√‘…—∑ ‚¥¬∫√‘…—∑¥—ß°≈à“« ‰¥â‡¢â“√à«¡≈ßπ“¡„π∫—π∑÷°§«“¡‡¢â“„® (MOU) °—∫√—∞∫“≈ ¢Õߪ√–‡∑»°—¡æŸ™“ ‡æ◊ËÕ°àÕµ—Èß‚√ßß“ππÈ”µ“≈ æ√âÕ¡∑—Èߢՠ—¡ª∑“πæ◊Èπ∑’ˇ擖ª≈Ÿ°ÕâÕ¬„π®—ßÀ«—¥‡°“–°ß ª√–‡∑»°—¡æŸ™“ ®”π«π 20,000 ‡Œ°µ“√å (125,000 ‰√à) §≥–°√√¡°“√æ—≤π“·≈– à߇ √‘¡‡™◊ÈÕ‡æ≈‘ß™’«¿“æ ¡’¡µ‘Õπÿ¡—µ‘„Àâ∫√‘…—∑ ¢Õπ·°àπ·Õ≈°ÕŒÕ≈å ®”°—¥ ¥”‡π‘π°“√®—¥µ—Èß ‚√ßß“πº≈‘µ‡Õ∑“πÕ≈‡æ◊ËÕ„™â‡ªìπ‡™◊ÈÕ‡æ≈‘ß ‡æ‘Ë¡Õ’° 2 ·Ààß ∑’Ë ®.°“≠®π∫ÿ√’ ·≈– ®.™≈∫ÿ√’ ∫√‘…—∑ ∑√‘ ‡√∑µ‘Èß ®”°—¥ (ç∑√‘ é) ‰¥â∑”°“√®—¥Õ—π¥—∫‡§√¥‘µÕߧå°√„Àâ·°à∫√‘…—∑œ ‚¥¬‰¥â®—¥Õ—π¥—∫‡§√¥‘µ Õߧå°√¢Õß∫√‘…—∑œ ∑’Ë√–¥—∫ çA-é ·π«‚πâ¡Õ—π¥—∫‡§√¥‘µ ç§ß∑’Ëé

Summary Date Febuary 16 , 2006

Febuary 27 , 2006

March 9, 2006

September 19, 2006 November 29, 2006

Summary of Significant Changes in 2006 KSL signed the Memorandum of Understandings (MOU) with the government of Lao PDR for setting up the sugar factory and applying the concession areas for sugar cane plantation in Savannakhet Province, Lao PDR at 10,000 hectares (62,500 Rai) and set up Savannakhet Sugar Corporation, the Joint Venture Company in Lao PDR which KSL holds 80% of the registered capital, for operating the project. KSL had the resolution to invest in the capital increase ordinary shares of Tamaka Sugar Industry Co.,Ltd. in the amount of 7,500,000 shares, at THB 75,000,000. Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd.ûs paid-up capital increased from THB 525,000,000 to THB 600,000,000 The purpose of the capital increase is for expanding the additional areas of sugar cane plantation. KSL had the resolution to invest in the capital increase ordinary shares of KSL. Agro Co.,Ltd. in the amount of 9,500,000 shares, at THB 95,000,000. KSL. Agro Co., Ltd.ûs paid-up capital increased from THB 5,000,000 to THB 100,000,000. The purpose of the capital increase is for agricultural business and working capital of the Compay. KSL had the resolution to invest in the capital increase ordinary shares of Koh Kong Plantation Co., Ltd. and Koh Kong Sugar Industry Co.,Ltd, at the proportion of 50% of each company. Both Companies signed the Memorandum of Understandings (MOU) with the Government of Cambodia for setting up the sugar factory and applying the concession areas for sugar cane plantation at Koh Kong Province, Cambodia at 20,000 hectares (125,000 Rai). The Biofuel Committee approved Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. to set up 2 Ethanol plants for ethanol production at Kanchanaburi and Chonburi Province. TRIS Rating assigned the company rating of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Public Co.,Ltd. at çA-é with rating outlook çStableé

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Message

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In 2006, Thailand underwent significant political and economic changes affecting its overall growth and economic development. In production year 2005/2006, sugar prices gradually rose due to different factors. Increased oil prices resulted in increased distribution cost. Various regions of the world experienced droughts. The worldûs demand base for sugar has been expanding in line with a rise in population. Furthermore, Brazil, the worldûs largest sugar exporter, has increased its ethanol production from sugarcane. And Thailandûs export of sugar has decreased because of droughts and increased Baht value. Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Public Company Limited (KSL) adapted its management strategies for its sugar business to better suit the situations mentioned and Thailandûs economy. In early 2006, the ethanol plant started the production and distribution which currently has the capacity at 150,000 liters per day. Later in 2006, Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant started generating 30 MW. Of electricity a day. The electricity generated is sold to the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT). In addition, Sugar business in the neighboring countries both Laos PDR and Cambodia, the sugarcane plantation has started in 2006, and sugar factory will be started in the next few years.

As the Chairman of KSL, I am very certain that our ventures in the neighboring countries will yield success to the Group. The production costs including labor cost are lower than that in Thailand, and special privileges are granted. Jobs have been created for locals in those neighboring countries, which strengthens international economic activities. The Company is confident in its technological potential in sugar manufacturing and its management of businesses that provide value to our business customers, consumers, stakeholders, and Thailandûs economy. On behalf of the Board of Directors, I would like to thank our shareholders, customers, financial institutions, the government, the press, sugarcane farmers, the public, and other related parties for support given to the Groupûs business operation. We promise that we will always commit to Economic and Social benefit as well as corporate governance.

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(𓬮”√Ÿ≠ ™‘π∏√√¡¡‘µ√å) ª√–∏“π‡®â“Àπâ“∑’Ë∫√‘À“√·≈–°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à


Message

from the President and CEO

In 2006, Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Public Company Limited (KSL) improved its effective working in terms of business strategies, expanding investment in corporate ventures, personnel development, and commitment to corporate governance. Those major factors allow KSL and its subsidiaries to achieve satisfactory operating results in 2006. The net profit reached Baht 678 million. At the end of 2006, the Stock of KSL was chosen and accepted in SET 50 resulting in a better opportunity to attract more investors. TRIS Rating Co., Ltd. rated Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Public Company Limited çA-é with stable trend. The ranking indicates that the Company is a substantially experienced business in the Thai sugarcane industry. It is also reflection of the corporate effective management, progress towards creating value-added businesses relating to the sugar industry, and strong financial status. In value - added business relating to the sugar industry, Currently, Khon Kaen Alcohol manufactures 150,000 liters of ethanol a day. The construction of Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant was completed later in 2006, and the sale of electricity generated is to start at the beginning of 2007. Incomes from the two businesses will expand the Groupûs income and profit bases. The Company has set Baht 3,900 million for its ventures in neighboring countries. Savannakhet Sugar Corporation was established to supervisor sugarcane farming and sugar factory construction. Commercial production and harvesting are expected to start at the beginning of 2008. Regarding the joint venture in Cambodia between KSL, Cambodia and Taiwan, investors the sugarcane has been planted. Sugar factory construction is to begin in 2008. Two subsidiaries companies have been set up to manage those activities : Koh Kong Plantation Co., Ltd. and Koh Kong Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. We expect KSL Groupûs growth from continuously. In 2007 the Company realizes its incomes from the core business - sugar manufacturing - ethanol production, organic fertilizer production, and electricity generating for the Electricity Generation. Apart from the commitment to business success, KSL emphasizes organizational development. We have complied with Thai Labour Standard 8001 (TLS.8001) to ensure the protection of human rights and social responsible practice for our employees whom we consider our valuable resources. Our factories are equipped with security systems that meet international standards. The surroundings of those factories have been well taken care of. There are effective and efficient waste treatments for industrial waste, wastewater, and air pollution from the production process. Moreover, the Group has been supporting activities of local communities. On behalf of the Board of Executive Directors of KSL Group and its subsidiaries, I would like to thank all the shareholders and investors who have supported our operation. Also, I feel grateful to corporate employees and the Sugarcane Farmers Ally for their dedication. I am confident that KSL Group is continuing to grow and develop with stability.

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(𓬪√–¡Ÿ≈ «‘‡™’¬√ ‘π∏ÿå) ª√–∏“π§≥–°√√¡°“√µ√«® Õ∫


Report

of the Audit Committee

As at 31 October 2006, the Audit Committee comprising of Mr. Pramoon Vichiensin, Chairman of the Audit Committee; Pol. Gen. Boonpen Bumpenboon, Audit Committee; and Mr. Sitti Leelakasamelurk, Audit Committee had 4 meetings with the certified public accountant and related management to acknowledge results of the corporate operation and audits conducted by the certified public accountant and internal auditors. In accounting period 2006, the Audit Committee reviewed the following major areas: Financial Statements as at 31 October 2006: Quarterly audit results and annual financial statement audit results were reviewed. The Assistant Vice President - Accounting and Finance, and Certified Public Accountant reported that the Companyûs financial statements were fairly presented in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and regulations issued by the Stock Exchange of Thailand and the Securities and Exchanged Commission for listed companies. Related Party Transaction: Related party transactions which may cause conflicts of interest are fairly disclosed and perfectly normal as corporate governance has been practiced. Risk Management: The Board of Directors and management realize the importance of risk management. Corporate employees are trained for effective risk management which covers all aspects that may affect the Companyûs operation in both short and long terms. Internal Control: The Audit Committee reviewed the asset control, allowance for uncollectible, raw material purchases, inventories, payments, withholding tax deduction, and personnel. The Companyûs control is considered effective. The internal auditors recommended more appropriate and efficient methods for the Companyûs asset control and inventories. Corporate Governance: The Board of Directors and management emphasize corporate governance to enhance confidence among shareholders and all related parties. Financial Statements 2007: The Audit committee proposed to the annual general meeting Ms. Praphasri Leelasupha, Certified Public Accountant (Thailand) No. 4664, or Ms. Sukanya Suteeprasert, Certified Public Accountant (Thailand) No. 5063 of Sam Nak - Gnan A.M.C Co., Ltd. as an independent auditor for another term.

(Mr. Pramoon Vichiensin) Chairman of the Audit Committee

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§≥–°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑·≈–§≥–ºŸâ∫√‘À“√ THE

BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND THE EXECUTIVES

1. π“¬¡πŸ ‡≈’¬«‰æ‚√®πå ª√–∏“π°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑ ○

Mr. Manu Leopairote Chairman of the Board of Directors ○

2. 𓬮”√Ÿ≠ ™‘π∏√√¡¡‘µ√å ª√–∏“π°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ ª√–∏“π‡®â“Àπâ“∑’Ë∫√‘À“√·≈–°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à ○

9. 𓬠‘∑∏‘ ≈’≈–‡°…¡ƒ°…å °√√¡°“√µ√«® Õ∫·≈–°√√¡°“√Õ‘ √–

Mr. Pramoon Vichiensin Chairman of the Audit Committee and Independent Director ○

8. æ≈µ”√«®‡Õ°∫ÿ≠‡æÁ≠ ∫”‡æÁ≠∫ÿ≠ °√√¡°“√µ√«® Õ∫·≈–°√√¡°“√Õ‘ √– ○

Mr. Thawatchai Rojanachotikul Director and Executive Director Senior Vice President - Administration

7. 𓬪√–¡Ÿ≈ «‘‡™’¬√ ‘π∏ÿå ª√–∏“π§≥–°√√¡°“√µ√«® Õ∫·≈–°√√¡°“√Õ‘ √– ○

Mr. Sukhum Tokaranyaset Director and Executive Director Senior Vice President - Accounting & Finance

6. π“¬∏«—∑™—¬ ‚√®π–‚™µ‘°ÿ≈ °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑·≈–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ √Õß°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠àÕ“«ÿ‚ -  “¬∫√‘À“√·≈– ”π—°ß“π ○

Mr. Pornsin Thaemsirichai Director and Executive Director Senior Vice President - Production & Technique

5. 𓬠ÿ¢ÿ¡ ‚µ°“√—≥¬‡»√…∞å °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑·≈–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ √Õß°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠àÕ“«ÿ‚  -  “¬ß“π∫—≠™’·≈–°“√‡ß‘π ○

Mr. Prapas Chutimavoraphand Director and Executive Director Senior Vice President - Administration

4. π“¬æ√»‘≈ªá ·µâ¡»‘√‘™—¬ °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑·≈–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ √Õß°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠àÕ“«ÿ‚ -  “¬ß“πº≈‘µ·≈–‡∑§π‘§ ○

Mr. Chamroon Chinthammit President and CEO

3. 𓬪√–¿“ ™ÿµ‘¡“«√æ—π∏å °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑·≈–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ √Õß°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠àÕ“«ÿ‚  -  “¬ß“π∫√‘À“√·≈– ”π—°ß“π ○

Pol.Gen.Boonpen Bumpenboon Audit Committee and Independent Director ○

Mr. Sitti Leelakasemlurk Audit Committee and Independent Director


10. 𓬠¡™“¬ ™‘π∏√√¡¡‘µ√å °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑·≈–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ ºŸâ™à«¬°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à -  ”π—°ß“π°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à ○

Mr. Somchai Chinthammit Director and Executive Director Assistant Vice President - CEO Office ○

11. π“ß “«¥«ß¥“« ™‘π∏√√¡¡‘µ√å °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑·≈–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ √Õß°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à -  “¬ß“π∑√—欓°√∫ÿ§§≈ ○

18. 𓬙“µ√’ ™‘π∏√√¡¡‘µ√å °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑

Mr. Chalush Chinthammit Director and Executive Director Assistant Vice President - Business Development ○

Mr. Chatri Chinthammit Director

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Mr. Somchat Chinthammit Director

17. 𓬙≈—™ ™‘π∏√√¡¡‘µ√å °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑·≈–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ ºŸâ™à«¬°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à - “¬ß“πæ—≤π“∏ÿ√°‘® ○

Mr. Tachpong Pakornsiriwongse Director

16. 𓬠¡™“µ‘ ™‘π∏√√¡¡‘µ√å °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑ ○

Ms. Duangkae Chinthammit Director and Executive Director Assistant Vice President - CEO Office

15. π“¬∏—™æß…å ¿“°√»‘√‘«ß»å °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑ ○

Mr. Trakarn Chunharojrit Director and Executive Director Secretary to the Board of Directors

14. π“ß “«¥«ß·¢ ™‘π∏√√¡¡‘µ√å °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑·≈–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ ºŸâ™à«¬°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à -  ”π—°ß“π°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à ○

Mr. Supasawn Sukhanindr Director and Executive Director

13. 𓬵√–°“√ ™ÿ≥À‚√®πƒ∑∏‘Ï °√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√·≈–‡≈¢“πÿ°“√ ○

Ms. Duangdao Chinthammit Director and Executive Director Vice President - Human Resources

12. 𓬻ÿ¿ √  ÿ¢–π‘π∑√å °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑·≈–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ ○


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19. π“ßÕ‘π∑‘√“ ÿ¢–π‘π∑√å √Õß°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à- “¬ß“πæ—≤π“∏ÿ√°‘® ○

Mrs. Intira Sukhanindr Vice President - Business Development ○

20. π“ß ÿ¡‘µ√“ ™ÿµ‘¡“«√æπ∏å ºŸâ™à«¬°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à -  “¬ß“π∫√‘À“√·≈– ”π—°ß“π ○

26. π“¬≥√ß§å ®‘µ√åπâÕ¡√—µπå ºŸâ™à«¬°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à - “¬ß“πº≈‘µ·≈–‡∑§π‘§

Mr. Chanachai Chutimavoraphand Assistant Vice President - Accouting & Finance ○

25. 𓬫‘√—™ ™ÿπøÑß ºŸâ™à«¬°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à - “¬ß“πº≈‘µ·≈–‡∑§π‘§ ○

Mr. Chanvut Pacharatham Assistant Vice President - Production & Technique

24. 𓬙𖙗¬ ™ÿµ‘¡“«√æ—π∏å ºŸâ™à«¬°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à - “¬ß“π∫—≠™’·≈–°“√‡ß‘π ○

Mrs. Montanut Thaemsirichai Assistant Vice President - Accouting & Finance

23. 𓬙“≠«ÿ≤‘ æ—™√∏√√¡ ºŸâ™à«¬°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à - “¬ß“πº≈‘µ·≈–‡∑§π‘§ ○

Mr. Theera Sanguandeekul Assistant Vice President - CEO Office

22. π“ß¡π∑π—∞ ·µâ¡»‘√‘™—¬ ºŸâ™à«¬°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à - “¬ß“π∫—≠™’·≈–°“√‡ß‘π ○

Mrs. Sumitra Chutimavoraphand Assistant Vice President - Administration

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Mr. Wiraj Chunfong Assistant Vice President - Production & Technique ○

Mr. Narong Jitnomrat Assistant Vice President - Production & Technique


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Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Public Co., Ltd. was established in 1976 with the registered capital of THB 1,600 million and the paid-up capital of THB 1,550 million. The Company operates sugar mills and develops sugar product-related continuous businesses. In February 2005 the Company undertook the initial public offering where right issues were offered to the public, and it was listed in the Stock Exchange of Thailand under KSL. Since then, the Company has invested and announced the project plan to expand the business related to sugar continuously. In year 2005, the core business of KSL came from the performance of 4 sugar mills locating in different regions of Thailand. In year 2006, the Companyûs Ethanol plant at Khon Kaen with capacity of 150,000 litre per day, using molasses and cane juice as raw material, started the production. In that year, our ethanol plant produced and distributed ethanol in the amount of 25.57 million litre to petro companies for mixing with gasoline at 10% to make gasohol. Biofertilizer plant uses filter cake, which is a waste from sugar production, and waste water from ethanol production as raw materials. The plant started the production in early 2006 with the production volume about 20,000 tons. In year 2007, the Power Plant with 30 MW capacity at Khon Kaen, using bagasse (waste from sugar mills) as a fuel is expected to start operation and distribute electric during late December 2006. Apart from other projects mentioned, in 2006 the Company expanded its ventures as follows: (1) Two ethanol plants in Kanchanaburi and Chonburi provinces: Part of the production material is from molasses from KSLûs sugar mills. The production and sale are to commence in 2008 and 2009. The Groupûs ethanol production capacity will rise from 150,000 liters a day to 400,000 liters a day.

(3) Sugarcane plantation and sugar production in Cambodia: In 2006 KSL invests 50% of the common shares of Koh Kong Plantation Co., Ltd. and Koh Kong Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. The memorandum of understanding is done between the companies and the Cambodian government for sugarcane plantation, and constructions of buildings and sugar mill at the area of 20,000 hectares

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(2) Sugarcane plantation and sugar production in Laos: In 2006 KSL established Savannakhet Sugar Co., Ltd., a subsidiary that Khon Kaen Sugar Industry holds 80% of the shares. Savannakhet Sugar deals with sugarcane plantation and sugar mill operation in Laosû Savannakhet Area. The concession is done between the company and the Lao government for sugarcane plantation, and constructions of buildings and sugar mill at the area of 10,000 hectares (62,500 rai). The company has started sugarcane plantation in part of the area. In 2007, the company will use the canes from 2006 as a seeding for expanding more plantation areas to grow more sugarcane, enough for crushing in sugar mill. The sugar mill will be expected to start crushing, to produce and distribute sugar in 2008.


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(125,000 rai) in Koh Kong. The company has started sugarcane plantation in some parts of the area. In 2007 and 2008, the company is to expand more area to have enough sugar cane for crushing. The sugar mill will be expected to start crushing, to produce and distribute sugar in 2009. Regarding KSLûs operating results in 2006 (the accounting year beginning November 2005 and ending October 2006), drought resulted in less sugarcane for crushing for past two years, and caused the Company had about 4 million tons of sugarcane crushed a year; the sales, therefore, were relatively low. In addition, in the second half of 2006, Thailand experienced flooding. The Groupûs sugar buyers had slowdown to take the shipment of sugar. The Company sugar sales, then, decreased by 16 percent, from 436,455 tons in 2005 to 365,356 tons in 2006. At accounting year-end 2006, the Company had 113,453 tons of sugar that had not been delivered to the buyers in its inventories. However, most buyers of the sugar had been sold. The amount of sugar inventories increased by 42 percent, compared to 79,774 tons in accounting period 2005. However, the net profit of the Company and its subsidiaries reached THB 678.947 million, representing a 37 percent increase compared to the previous yearûs net profit of THB 495.114 million. The net profit increase equaled THB 183.833 million due to the following major reasons: (1) Increased domestic and overseas sugar prices caused the Companyûs average sugar price to increase by 29 percent, from THB 10,807 per ton sugar in 2005 to THB 13,906 per ton sugar in 2006. (2) KSL realized the operating results from ethanol production in 2006. The sales of ethanol amounted to 25.57 million liters, equaling THB 591 million. In 2007, positive factors in the Companyûs operating results will be realizing of the income from the power plant and expecting the increase in sugarcane crushed from the previous yearûs 4 million sugarcane tons to about 5 million sugarcane tons. The target amount of ethanol to be produced is at 45 million liters while the corporate ethanol plant produced 25 million liters last year. However, the Company expects some negative factors in 2007. Uncertainty of the governmentûs policy concerning the sale of ethanol affects ethanol market prices. Also, there is a decrease in sugar prices compared to those in the previous year. Currently, however, sugar prices are still higher than those in the past 10 years (not including the previous year). The increasing THB value affects prices of sugar exported. Apart from trying to relieve the effects of the negative factors, the Companyûs increasing production will reduce the unit cost and help maintain the margin between product prices and production cost.

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History of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Public Company (KSL) ûs sugar business began in 1945 by 3 Thai - Chinese family Co - founders, establishing the first sugar mill in the group, Kwang Soon Lee Co.,Ltd. Then, from the beginning, the business in Kwang Soon Lee had grown and expanded continuously by building new sugar mill and acquiring the old sugar mills, such as, Thonburi Sugar Factory (Plant 1, Plant 2, Plant 3), Angwien Sugar Factory, Tamaka Sugar Industry, New Krung Thai Sugar Factory and Prachub Sugar Industry, etc. In 1974, there was a significant change in shareholder structure and the company structure in the group. New company group structure, Ms. Nantha Chinthammit as a chairman and Mr. Chaovalit Chinthammit as a managing director, had 3 sugar factories under their management, as follows: Tamaka Sugar Industry, New Krung Thai Sugar Factory (both two sugar factories, located in Kanchanaburi province), New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory (located in Chonburi province) In addition, in 1976 new sugar factory, Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Co.,Ltd., was established in Khon Kaen province. Since then, the company group had concentrated their investment based on the business related to sugar business, such as, Thai Sugar Terminal Public Company Limited, KSL Export Trading Co.,Ltd. KSL Real Estate Co.,Ltd. etc. In 2003, the group of companies, under the management of Mr.Chamroon Chinthammit and with the approval from shareholders in each company, had reorganized the company group structure from that each shareholder held the shares in each sugar factory into new structure as Khon Kaen Sugar Industry as a holding company, holding the shares of each sugar factories and almost all of the old shareholders switched to hold the share only in Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Co.,Ltd., instead. In 2004, Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Co.,Ltd., was registered as a public company and the capital was increase for offering some shares (IPO) to general investors. On February 2005, the Company was listed and first traded in The Stock Exchange of Thailand. The purpose of IPO share are partly from the decision to make investments in downstream project of sugar business, Ethanol Plant, Fertilizer Plant and Power Plant. Other proceeds will be used for internal working capital within the company.

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Business overview of the Company

Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. and its subsidiaries, under KSL, are Thailand 4th largest sugar producer group (based on the production volume on 2006). The company has 4 sugar factories in the group, located in three different regions, as follows: 1. Northeastern Region: Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. in Khon Kaen province 2. Western Region: New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co.,Ltd. and Tamaka Sugar Industry Co.,Ltd. in Kanchanaburi province 3. Eastern Region: New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co.,Ltd in Chonburi province The core products which the Company produces are sugar which can be categorized to be 4 types: (a) raw sugar (b) high pol sugar (c) white sugar and (d) refined sugar. The company also have other products related to sugar production process, such as molasses, bagasses and filter cake. According to these kinds of products, the company have a plan to invest in value added projects, as followings: (shown on chart 1) (1) Ethanol Plant

(2) Fertilizer Plant

(3) Power Plant

Ethanol is used for mixing with gasoline, called gasohol, which can be used as fuel for vehicles. This ethanol plant use molasses and/or sugarcane juice as raw materials. using filter cake, waste products from sugar production process, and waste water from ethanol production process, as raw materials. using bagasses, waste products from sugar production process as a source of energy for producing electricity and steam.

Chart 1 : The Relation between KSL Existing Sugar Production and KSL Value Added Project

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600.0 472.5 220.0 124.9

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* Koh Kong Plantation Co.,Ltd. ·≈– Koh Kong Sugar Industry Co.,Ltd. Õ¬Ÿà√–À«à“ß°“√®¥∑–‡∫’¬π‡æ‘Ë¡∑ÿπ‡æ◊ËÕ„Àâ∫√‘…—∑ πÈ”µ“≈ ¢Õπ·°àπ ®”°—¥ (¡À“™π) ‡¢â“‰ª∂◊ÕÀÿâπ∑’Ë —¥ à«π√âÕ¬≈– 50 ‚¥¬∑ÿπ®¥∑–‡∫’¬π¢Õß·µà≈–∫√‘…—∑®–Õ¬Ÿà∑’Ë 5 ≈â“π¥Õ≈≈à“√å À√—∞ ‚¥¬ §“¥«à“®–®¥∑–‡∫’¬π‡æ‘Ë¡∑ÿπ‡ √Á®„π‡¥◊Õπ¡°√“§¡ 2550

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% °“√∂◊ÕÀÿâπ ¢Õß∫√‘…—∑ªï 2549 ∫√‘…—∑À≈—° 90.21% 91.06% 96.85% 23.82% 78.32% 100.00% 100.00% 100.00% 80.00% 100.00% 80.31% 32.00%

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As of October 31, 2006, Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. have the investment in subsidiaries and affliliates, as followings:

Name of Company

Paid - Up Capital (THB Million)

Proportion Of Investment

600.0 472.5 220.0 124.9

90.21% 91.06% 96.85% 80.00%

120.0 10.0 100.0

23.82% 78.32% 100.00%

Terminal and Warehouses Sugar and Related products Exporting Activities Plant and promote sugar cane

160.0 400.0 7.5

100.00% 100.00% 100.00%

Ethanol and Fertilizer Production Power Plant (SPP) Chemical Trading

140.0 150.0

80.31% 32.00%

Sugar Business ë Tamaka Sugar Industry Co.,Ltd. ë New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co.,Ltd. ë New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co.,Ltd. ë Savannakhet Sugar Corporation Supporting Business ë Thai Sugar Terminal Public Company Limited ë KSL Export Trading Co.,Ltd. ë KSL Agro Co.,Ltd. Energy and Chemical Business ë Khon Kaen Alcohol Co.,Ltd. ë Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Co.,Ltd ë KSL Chemical Co.,Ltd. Other Business ë KSL Real Estate Co.,Ltd. ë Champion Fermentation Co.,Ltd

Nature of Main Business

Produce and distribute sugar Produce and distribute sugar Produce and distribute sugar Sugar cane Plantation and Sugar Mill in Laos

Real Estate Development and Training Center Joint Venture with the business partner to invest 60% in Chantaburi Starch Co.,Ltd. Starch Factory by using cassava as raw material

Note * Koh Kong Plantation Co.,Ltd. and Koh Kong Sugar Industry Co.,Ltd. are in process of capital increase for Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. to make the investment in portion of 50% of registered capital of each company. Initial registered capital of each company is USD 5 million. The process of capital increase is expected to be completed on January 2007. 

Revenue Structure % of Share in 2006

2006 Revenue

Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. Tamaka Sugar Industry Co.,Ltd. New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co.,Ltd. New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co.,Ltd. Thai Sugar Terminal Plc. KSL Export Trading Co.,Ltd. Khon Kaen Alcohol Co.,Ltd. Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Co.,Ltd. KSL Chemical Co.,Ltd. Savannakhet Sugar Corporation KSL Agro Co.,Ltd. KSL Real Estate Co.,Ltd. Champion Fermentation Co.,Ltd.

Main Company 90.21% 91.06% 96.85% 23.82% 78.32% 100.00% 100.00% 100.00% 80.00% 100.00% 80.31% 32.00%

3,913.43 1,680.08 868.52 605.19 100.32 3.09 604.16 16.31 0.62 0.00 0.11 2.29 0.95 7,794.21 1,295.46 6,498.75

Total Minus Interrelated items Total Revenues

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3,288.16 1,331.22 749.28 654.20 172.61 8.15 1.40 4.24 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.68 0.36 6,212.30 679.84 5,532.46

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πÈ”µ“≈ : ≈—°…≥–º≈‘µ¿—≥±å ∫√‘…∑— ‡ªìπ°≈ÿ¡à ∫√‘…∑— πÈ”µ“≈„πª√–‡∑»‰∑¬∑’‰Ë ¥âº“à π°“√µ√«®√—∫√Õß√–∫∫∫√‘À“√ ®—¥°“√§ÿ≥¿“浓¡ ç¡“µ√∞“π SQF 2000é, ç¡“µ√∞“π ISO 9001 Version 2000é √«¡∑—Èß ç¡“µ√∞“π√–∫∫«‘‡§√“–ÀåÕ—πµ√“¬·≈–®ÿ¥«‘°ƒµ∑’˵âÕߧ«∫§ÿ¡é À√◊Õ HACCP πÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬∑’Ë °≈ÿà¡∫√‘…—∑º≈‘µ “¡“√∂®”·π°‰¥âµ“¡ª√–‡¿∑·≈–‡°√¥¢Õߧ«“¡∫√‘ ÿ∑∏‘Ï¢ÕßπÈ”µ“≈‡ªìπ 4 ™π‘¥ ‰¥â·°à 

πÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬¥‘∫ (Raw Sugar) - ‡ªìππÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬¡’§à“ ’ Ÿß°«à“ 1,500 ICUMSA  ’®–¡’≈—°…≥–‡ªìπ ’πÈ”µ“≈‡¢â¡ ¡’ ‘Ëß °ª√°‡®◊Õªπ Ÿß §«“¡∫√‘ ÿ∑∏‘ϵ˔ °“√¢π∂à“¬®– ¢π∂à“¬„π≈—°…≥–‡ªìπ BULK ‰¡à‰¥â„ à„π°√– Õ∫ πÈ”µ“≈™π‘¥π’ȉ¡à “¡“√∂𔉪∫√‘‚¿§ ‚¥¬µ√߉¥â ºŸ´â ÕÈ◊ ®–µâÕßπ”πÈ”µ“≈‰ªºà“π°√–∫«π°“√√’‰øπåÀ√◊Õ∑”„Àâ∫√‘ ∑ÿ ∏‘°Ï Õà π‡æ◊ÕË º≈‘µ‡ªìπ πÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬¢“«À√◊ÕπÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬¢“«∫√‘ ÿ∑∏‘Ï πÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬¥‘∫§ÿ≥¿“æ Ÿß (High Pol Sugar) - ‡ªìππÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬¡’§“à  ’Õ¬Ÿ√à –À«à“ß 1,000 - 1,500 ICUMSA  “¡“√∂𔉪∫√‘‚¿§‰¥â‚¥¬µ√ß °“√¢π àßπ‘¬¡∫√√®ÿ‡ªìπ°√– Õ∫ √“§“®–∂Ÿ°°«à“πÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬¢“«·≈–πÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬¢“«∫√‘ ÿ∑∏‘Ï




Business Goal

Long term goal of the Company will be one of the leaders in sugar, by-product, and value added productions which can be shown in companyûs sugar policy: çproduction of quality sugar with high efficiency, prompt delivery, winning customersû trust, consumption safetyé This policy has encouraged companyûs 4 sugar mills to be widely accepted as one of the highest efficiency and highest quality sugar production groups in Thailand. In addition, with the goal of being leaders in by - product and value added production and with the vision on the potential growth in ethanol industry in the future which have the benefit in added value of the products and the benefit for overall Thailand society, the company are the first group among sugar factories in Thailand to decide to make an investment in ethanol plant, annexed to sugar factory. In addition, the Company have the investment in other value-added businesses, such as, fertilizer project, using the waste from production process, power plant project, using bio mass as a source of energy. These projects will have expected to start the operation and the revenue recognition in 2006 - 2007. In 2006, the company has expanded their own business into 4 new projects: ethanol plant phase 2 in Chonburi Province, ethanol plant phase 3 in Kanchanaburi Province, sugarcane plantation and sugar mill project in Laos, and sugarcane plantation and sugar mill project in Cambodia. Based on these future projects, the company has focused the investment on core business of sugar operation and other businesses which utilize and add value of products and by-products. In short term, the Company have a goal to be one of the leaders with lowest costs of manufacturing and highest productivity. Base on that, the Company implemented the modern technology, applying for production and management system. Furthermore, the company has also concerned the amount of the cane crushed, the major risk of the company. The factory and valued added projects can not be survived if the amount of cane crushed are not enough. Therefore, the company has a goal to reduce the farmersû cane plantation cost and also improve their production and efficiency with the target for the farmers to survive and get reasonable return from the investment. This has been shown in a slogan çFarmer Prosperous, Factory Successfulé. 

Operation of Each Product Line

Core Business : SUGAR Sugar : Product Characteristics The Company is a group of sugar manufacturers whose quality management system is certified by SQF 2000, ISO 9001: 2000, and Hazardous Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) accreditations. Sugar produced by the KSL group can be divided into four categories according to their types and levels of purity as follows: 

High pol sugar - High pol sugar has a color index between 1,000 - 1,500 ICUMSA. It can be consumed without any further process needed. Generally, the sugar is put in sacks before being transported. It is priced lower than white sugar and refined sugar.

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Raw sugar - Raw sugar has a color index higher than 1,500 ICUMSA. It is dark brown, and has a high dirt index and a low purity index. Transfer is done in bulk without the use of sacks. This type of sugar cannot be consumed until it is refined or purified, turning into white sugar or refined sugar.


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White sugar - White sugar has a color index between 46 - 200 ICUMSA with a degree of polarization not lower than 99.50. It is widely consumed among households and used as a raw material in food industries where moderate purity is required. Refined sugar - Refined sugar has a color index that does not exceed 45 ICUMSA. It is especially high in purity. The sugar is used in certain industries where highly pure sugar is needed, such as pharmaceutical industry, carbonated beverage industry, and energy drink industry. After sugar manufacturing there is a residue called çmolassesé that its sugar content is so low that any further sugar extracting is uneconomical. Molasses is a valuable by-product obtained from sugar production. It contains 20% water, 30% sucrose, 32% invert sugar, 12% non-sugar organic substance, and 6% ash. From one ton of sugarcane, the corporate sugar mills have capacity to manufacture between 45-50 kilograms of molasses. An amount of molasses produced in a year depends on a quantity of sugarcane crushed in the year. Molasses can be widely used in such biochemistry industries as alcohol and distilling industry, yeast industry, monosodium glutamate industry, animal food industry (where molasses is mixed with cassavas and bagasse), vinegar industry, and soy sauce and seasoning sauce brewing industry. Other residues from sugar manufacturing process that are also useful include bagasse and filter mud. Bagasse is the fibrous material remaining after the last extraction of juice from sugarcane. Now the Company uses burned bagasse as a source of energy for electricity and steam generation used in sugar manufacturing process. Part of the electricity generated is sold to the EGAT. Filter mud is a residue from vacuum filtration. It can be used as a raw material for general-purpose fertilizer. The Company gives away filter mud to sugarcane farmers to promote sugarcane cultivation in nearby areas. After the Companyûs subsidiary has continuously operated alcohol and chemical production, wastewater from the factory can be mixed with filter mud and biodecomposed to produce organic fertilizer that is suitable for sugarcane cultivation. This completes the corporate value-added product ranges. 

Sugar : Marketing and Competition

Chart 1 : World Sugar Balance (Millions Tons, centrifugal sugar, raw value, OCT/SEP) Marketing and Industry Overview in Overseas Markets

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The world sugar market: In 2005/06 sugar was produced 151.160 million tons (raw value) worldwide. The 10.248 million-ton increase represented a 7.27 percent growth rate compared to that in 2004/05. The world total consumption amounted to 145.400 million tons. The 1.256 million-ton increase represented a 0.87 percent growth rate compared to that in 2004/05. As a result, the ending stock increased from 60.135 million tons in 2004/05 to 64.186 million tons in 2005/06. The stock represented 44.14 percent of the total demand likely to last for 5.3 month consumption.


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Chart 2 : Production / Consumption in Each Region (Millions Tons, centrifugal sugar, raw value, Oct/Sep) Sugar : World Production, by region (Million Tons) 2006/07* 2005/06 2004/05 2003/04 2002/03

Europe Africa N & C America South America Asia Oceania Total % Change

26,020 10,655 19,899 41,218 56,494 5,722 160,008 5.85%

29,766 10,450 18,180 38,846 47,152 6,766 151,160 7.27%

29,807 26,589 28,475 10,097 9,866 9,906 19,575 20,804 19,797 35,435 33,786 33,169 41,080 46,341 53,266 4,918 6,174 5,791 140,912 143,650 150,404 -1.84% -4.55% 8.76%

Sugar : World Consumption, by region (Million Tons) 2006/07* 2005/06 2004/05 2003/04 2002/03

Europe 31,594 31,335 Africa 14,223 13,840 N & C America 19,723 19,289 South America 17,725 17,457 Asia 63,454 61,926 Oceania 1,565 1,553 Total 148,284 145,400 % Change 1.98% 0.87%

31,104 31,302 31,613 13,392 13,090 13,036 19,264 18,991 18,452 17,339 17,078 16,438 61,508 59,472 58,769 1,537 1,548 1,472 144,144 141,481 139,780 1.88% 1.22% 3.95%

Asia Region (Million Tons)

Note Soure

56,494 47,152 41,080 46,341 53,266 63,454 61,926 61,508 49,472 58,769 (6,960) (14,774) (20,428) (13,131) (5,503)

: *2006/07 estimated number : FO.Licht, updated 31 - 10 - 2006

In 2005/06 Asia had the total amount of sugar manufactured of 47.152 million tons (raw value), which was 6.072 million tons more than the previous year. The increase represented a 14.78 percent increase which mostly from the increase in production in India. In year 2003/04 and 2004/05, India had the drought, but in year 2005/06, the climate in India recovered which caused 6 - 7 million tons increase in production volume. In contrast, the regionûs total demand increased a little from 61.508 million tons in the previous year to 61.926 million tons, representing a 0.68 percent increase. As a result, the sugar deficit in Asia decreased to 14.744 million tons, made up by sugar in the previous yearûs stock and imported sugar from other regions. Prices in the worldûs sugar market highly fluctuated in the previous year as shown in Figure 3 NYBOT Sugar #11, and Figure 4 LIFFE Sugar #5 in the past ten years. At the beginning of the year, the maximum price of raw sugar reached approximately 19 cents per pound. The price decreased to 11 - 12 cents per pound at the end of the same year. The price of refined white sugar increased from USD 300 per ton to USD 500 per ton, and later on decreased to USD 340 - 360 per ton. The fluctuation was caused by speculations in the funds at the beginning of the year. Lots held by speculators were large. Also, it was expected that oil prices would rise, which would result in the use of sugarcane in producing ethanol as an alternative to gasoline and decreased sugarcane in sugar manufacturing. In 2005 / 2006, it was estimated that there was a 60-million ton in the worldûs sugar stock. Once the oil prices went down and Indiaûs sugar production increased, speculators shorted their sugar position. From 80,000 lots, there were only 20,000 lots remaining. The raw sugar price, then, reduced to 11 - 12 cents per pound. The refined white sugar price decreased to USD 340 - 360 per ton. However, comparing to sugar prices in the past 10 years (not including the

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Chart 3 : World Raw Sugar Price in NYBOT Future Market, NY#11 Raw Sugar (Cents/lbs)

Chart 4 : World Refined Sugar Price in LIFFE Future Market, LD#5 Refined Sugar (US$/ton)

previous year), the decreased prices were still considered high. This is due to changes in such primary factors as increased sugar production cost in Brazil, the demand in ethanol for alternative use to gasoline, decreased support from the EU, and the expectation of rise in demands for sugar in China and India. Thai manufacturers have sold their sugar at prices which are a combination of the world sugar market prices and Thai premiums. Thai sugar manufacturers have received premiums from sugar exportation. In Asia sugar has been produced less than the total consumption. Sugar, therefore, has been imported in the region. The importers are willing to pay Thai manufacturers premiums instead of paying expenses of importing sugar from other regions. Thai premiums vary in accordance with sugar inadequacies in Asia, differences in transport expenses of importation, other Asian countriesû importing sugar from Thailand, and other relevant factors. For demands and supplies in the worldûs sugar market in Production Year 2006/2007, F.O.Licht projected in October 2006 that there would be around 160.008 million tons of sugar produced, increasing by 5.85 percent from the previous yearûs 151.160 million tons. Asia would account for the increase, from 47.152 million tons in 2005/06 to 56.494 million tons in 2006/07. The worldûs sugar inventory would reach 72.641 million tons from 64.186 million tons in 2005/06. Exporters with higher production and transport costs would retain more sugar inventory. However, there are some uncertainties that could result in a decrease in the sugar production in 2006/07 such as:

Chart 5 : Speculative position of Sugar #11 in NYBOT

(1) Climate changes that could affect sugar production, especially in Brazil (2) A potential increase in the worldûs oil prices, resulting in increasing ethanol production and decreasing sugar production (3) Speculations in the worldûs sugar futures trading

(1) Thai sugar is offered in the market at the beginning of each year (from December to May), which is the same period as Russiaûs sugar import. Brazil and Australia offer most of their sugar in the market at the second half of each year.

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(2) Thailand has an advantage of locating near sugar importers. Some Asian countries are not able to produce sufficient sugar for their domestic consumption. Sugar is still imported from other regions. Buying sugar from Thailand allows less transportation cost and more convenience. (3) The EUûs decreased support for sugar exportation results in a decrease in high quality white sugar in the market. Thai sugar manufacturers offer both white sugar and raw sugar. And their production technology allows them to produce high quality white sugar to compete with other Asian sugar manufacturers whose product quality is not as good. Some manufacturers even import raw sugar and dissolve it to make white sugar. Such process increases transportation, inventory and energy costs. (4) The sugar production cost in Thailand is considered moderate. As there is large volume of sugar in the worldûs market, sugar from exporters bearing higher production cost does not sell as well. Their inventory cost, then, inevitably adds up. Export channels of Thai sugar manufacturers are divided into: (1) Thai sugar manufacturers sell their sugar through major traders such as Cargill, Tate & Lyle, Kerry, etc. The traders then sell the sugar to other overseas buyers. Risk of failure to collect payments and complications in export management are minimized. Thai sugar manufacturersû only responsibility is to transport their sugar to ports of exports, such as FOB ports of Bangkok and Lamchabang. (2) Thai sugar manufacturers export their products to neighboring countries, such as Laos and Cambodia, through borders. A small amount of sugar is sold to vendors at borders. (3) Thai sugar manufacturers sell to manufacturers who use sugar in production of their exports. When domestic sugar prices are higher than those in international markets the exporters who use sugar as a raw material lose their competitiveness in the worldûs market. To promote investment in the food industry and competitiveness, the government allows those who manufacture exports to buy sugar at the worldûs market prices conditionally.

Domestic Marketing and Industry Overview

In early 2006, there were the deficit in domestic sugar consumption due to that world market price was higher than domestic sugar price to the extent that caused sugar smuggler to border. As a result, the government decided to to raise THB 3 per kg for domestic sugar price to solve the problems. Current domestic sugar price are mandated that:

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®”π«π‚√ßß“π 13 18 10 5 46

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(1) Prices of regular white sugar purchased at sugar mills do not exceed Baht 1,400 per 100-kilogram sack. (2) Prices of refined white sugar purchased at sugar mills do not exceed Baht 1,500 per 100-kilogram sack. (3) Wholesale prices of regular white sugar at all domestic wholesale businesses do not exceed Baht 1,465 per 100-kilogram sack, and those of refined white sugar do not exceed Baht 1,565 per 100-kilogram sack. (4) Retail prices of regular white sugar at retail businesses in Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Pahumthani, Samutprakarn, and Samutsakorn do not exceed Baht 16.50 per kilogram; and those of refined white sugar do not exceed Baht 17.50 per kilogram. (Included VAT) The price control does not apply to sugar cubes in boxes or packets that do not weigh over 10 grams. The legislation results in low competition. Distribution channels are choices of sugar mills. Some sugar manufacturers focus on retail sale. Some sell their merchandise through middlemen or modern trades. Others sell to other businesses in different industries. The KSL Group sells most sugar products to manufacturers in different industries.

Competition Chart 1 : Location of Thailand Sugar Mill

There are currently 46 sugar mills in Thailand with sugarcane crushing capacity of 60 - 75 million tons/year and sugar manufacturing capacity of 5.0 - 8.0 million tons/year (depending on yearly sugarcane amounts in the crushing process). The crushing process lasts about 4 - 6 months each year due to small amounts of sugarcanes entering the process. It begins in November and ends in April or May. The number of sugar mills is under government control. Licenses from Office of the Cane and Sugar Board and Department of Industrial Works, Ministry of Industry, are required for sugar mills in increasing capacity, moving mills, or operating new sugar mills. There is no new licensed sugar manufacturer at the moment.

No. of mills

North East Center North East √«¡

13 18 10 5 46

Cane crushed (Million Tons) 15.28 16.85 12.07 2.49 46.69

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°≈ÿà ¡ ‚√ßß“ππÈ” µ“≈´÷Ë ß ‡ªì π ºŸâ º ≈‘ µ √“¬„À≠à ¢ Õߪ√–‡∑» “¡“√∂·∫à ß ÕÕ°‰¥â ‡ ªì π 5 °≈ÿà¡„À≠à ·≈–ºŸâº≈‘µ√“¬¬àÕ¬ ‚¥¬ “¡“√∂®”·π°‰¥âµ“¡µ“√“ß∑’Ë 1 ¥â“π≈à“ßπ’È µ“√“ß∑’Ë 1 : °≈ÿà¡‚√ßß“ππÈ”µ“≈·≈– à«π·∫àßµ≈“¥„πª√–‡∑»‰∑¬ °≈ÿà¡‚√ßß“π

®”π«π ª√‘¡“≥ÕâÕ¬‡¢â“À’∫ ‚√ßπÈ”µ“≈ ªï 2548/49 (‚√ß) (≈â“πµ—πÕâÕ¬)

à«π·∫àß ª√‘¡“≥ÕâÕ¬‡¢â“À’∫  à«π·∫àß % ‡ª≈’ˬπ·ª≈ß µ≈“¥ ªï 2547/48 µ≈“¥ ‡æ‘¡Ë ¢÷πÈ /≈¥≈ß ªï 2548/49 (≈â“πµ—πÕâÕ¬) ªï 2546/47

°≈ÿà¡‚√ßß“ππÈ”µ“≈¡‘µ√º≈

5

8.36

17.9%

8.51

17.8%

-1.74%

°≈ÿà¡‚√ßß“ππÈ”µ“≈‰∑¬√ÿà߇√◊Õß

7

6.76

14.5%

7.15

14.9%

-5.37%

°≈ÿà¡‚√ßß“ππÈ”µ“≈‰∑¬‡Õ°≈—°…≥å

3

6.46

13.8%

6.11

12.8%

5.79%

°≈ÿà¡‚√ßß“ππÈ”µ“≈¢Õπ·°àπ (KSL)

4

4.01

8.6%

4.07

8.5%

-1.35%

°≈ÿà¡‚√ßß“ππÈ”µ“≈«—ߢπ“¬

4

3.79

8.1%

4.24

8.9%

-10.62%

23

17.30

37.1%

17.75

37.1%

-2.49%

46

46.69

100%

47.82

100%

-2.35%

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°≈ÿà¡∫√‘…—∑πÈ”µ“≈¢Õπ·°àπ®—¥‡ªìπÀπ÷Ëß„π°≈ÿࡺŸâº≈‘µπÈ”µ“≈√“¬„À≠à¢Õߪ√–‡∑» ‚¥¬¡’‚√ßß“π∑—ßÈ À¡¥ 4 ‚√ßµ—ßÈ Õ¬Ÿ„à π 3 ¿Ÿ¡¿‘ “§ §◊Õ ¿“§µ–«—πÕÕ°‡©’¬ß‡Àπ◊Õ (1 ‚√ß) ¿“§°≈“ß (2 ‚√ß) ·≈– ¿“§µ–«—πÕÕ° (1 ‚√ß) ·≈–§«“¡ “¡“√∂„π°“√À’∫ÕâÕ¬ Ÿß ÿ¥√«¡ª√–¡“≥ 66,885 µ—πÕâÕ¬µàÕ«—π ‚¥¬„πªï°“√º≈‘µ 2548/49 °≈ÿà¡∫√‘…—∑¡’°“√À’∫ÕâÕ¬√«¡ 4,012,292 µ—π  “¡“√∂º≈‘µπÈ”µ“≈‰¥â∑—Èß ‘Èπ 399,046 µ—π ª√–°Õ∫¥â«¬πÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬¢“«·≈–πÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬ ¢“«∫√‘ ÿ∑∏‘Ï 364,054 µ—π πÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬¥‘∫ 34,992 µ—π ·≈– “¡“√∂º≈‘µ°“°πÈ”µ“≈‰¥â √«¡ 185,513 µ—π ‚¥¬µ“√“ß∑’Ë 2 · ¥ß¬Õ¥¢“¬¢ÕßπÈ”µ“≈™π‘¥µà“ßÊ „πªï 2547/48 ·≈– —¥ à«π  àßÕÕ°µàÕ°“√¢“¬„πª√–‡∑» µ“√“ß 2 : ¬Õ¥¢“¬πÈ”µ“≈™π‘¥µà“ßÊ „πªï 2549 ·≈– 2548 ·≈– —¥ à«π°“√ àßÕÕ°µàÕ°“√¢“¬„πª√–‡∑» 2549 ¬Õ¥¢“¬¿“¬„πª√–‡∑»

2548

µ—π

∫“∑/µ—π

≈â“π∫“∑

µ—π

∫“∑/µ—π

≈â“π∫“∑

180,041

13,658

2,459

156,813

11,543

1,810

148,994

14,608

2,177

232,087

10,700

2,483

2. πÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬¥‘∫

36,321

12,252

445

47,555

8,906

424

¬Õ¥¢“¬πÈ”µ“≈∑—ÈßÀ¡¥

365,356

13,906

5,081

436,455

10,807

4,717

91,074

3,483

317

175,907

1,933

340

1. πÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬¢“« ·≈–∑√“¬¢“«∫√‘ ÿ∑∏‘Ï ¬Õ¥¢“¬πÈ”µ“≈ àßÕÕ° 1. πÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬¢“« ·≈–∑√“¬¢“«∫√‘ ÿ∑∏‘Ï

¬Õ¥¢“¬°“°πÈ”µ“≈ - ¿“¬„πª√–‡∑» —¥ à«π¢“¬¿“¬„πª√–‡∑»µàÕ∑—ÈßÀ¡¥

59%

51%

54%

43%

—¥ à«ππÈ”µ“≈∑√“¬¥‘∫µàÕ∑—ÈßÀ¡¥

10%

9%

11%

9%


Major sugar manufacturers can be divided into five main groups, and a group of small sugar manufacturers as follows: Table 1 : Groups of sugar manufacturers and market shares in Thailand Group

Number of sugar mills

Amount of sugarcane crushed 2005/06 (million tons)

Market share 2005/06

Amount of sugarcane crushed 2004/05 (million tons)

Market share 2004/05

% of change increase/ decrease

Mitr Phol Sugar Group

5

8.36

17.9%

8.51

17.8%

-1.74%

TRR Sugar Group

7

6.76

14.5%

7.15

14.9%

-5.37%

Thai Identity Sugar Group

3

6.46

13.8%

6.11

12.8%

5.79%

KSL Group

4

4.01

8.6%

4.07

8.5%

-1.35%

Wangkanai Group

4

3.79

8.1%

4.24

8.9%

-10.62%

23

17.30

37.1%

17.75

37.1%

-2.49%

46

47.82

100%

47.82

100%

-2.35%

Others Total

Source : Office of the Cane and Sugar Board, Thailand

The KSL Group is one of Thailandûs largest sugar manufacturers. It operates four mills in three regions: the Northeast (1 mill), Central Thailand (2 mills), and the East (1 mill): with the maximum total sugarcane crushing capacity of 66,885 tons a day. In 2005/06 the Groupûs mill processed sugarcane crushing totaling 4,012,292 tons, and manufactured 399,046 tons of sugar including refined and white sugar amounting to 364,054 tons, and raw sugar totaling 34,992 tons; and molasses amounting to 185,513 tons. Table 2 shows sales of different types of sugar in 2005/06 and the ratio of sales in export markets to domestic markets. Table 2 : Sales of different types of sugar in 2006 and 2005 and the ratio of sales in export markets to domestic markets

% Domestics / Total Sales % Raw Sugar / Total Sugar

TON 156,813

2004 THB/TON 11,543

TON 180,041

M THB 2,459

M THB 1,810

148,994

14,608

2,177

232,087

10,700

2,483

36,321

12,252

445

47,555

8,906

424

365,356

13,906

5,081

436,455

10,807

4,717

91,074

3,483

317

175,907

1,933

340

59%

51%

54%

43%

10%

9%

11%

9%

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CORE BUSINESS : ETHANOL 

Ethanol : Product Characteristics

At the beginning of 2006, Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Public Company Limited, started its ethanol production. The ethanol is sold to petrol companies to be combined with gasoline at the ratio of 10% The final product is called çgasoholé. The standard of ethanol mixed in gasoline is determined by the Department of Energy Business in the 4th announcement in 2003 regarding characteristics and quality of gasohol. 

Ethanol : Marketing and Competition

Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. is licensed to produce ethanol to be combined with gasoline for domestic sale. However, if the production exceeds domestic demand, the company may license to export its ethanol. In 2006, the ethanol produced did not meet domestic demand. The company, therefore, only sold its ethanol in the domestic market.

Domestic Marketing and Industry Overview Table 4 : Stucture of Gasohol price compared to other types of gasoline, JAN 3, 2007

Table 5 : Sale Volume of Gasohol

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The demand for denatured ethanol varies according to the demand for gasohol which has 10% of ethanol content. The first gasohol project was initiated in 1985 by His Majesty the King who had realized potential gasoline shortage and a drop in crop prices in Thailand. He requested that the Royal Chitralada Projects study the feasibility of processing sugarcane into ethanol used in combining with benzene to make gasohol. Gasohol had been experimented on cars with small and large engines used in the Royal Projects since 1994. The results were promising both in the laboratories and practice. Now gasohol is used widely in the government and private sectors. Gasohol is promoted for public use. The Ministry of Energy has determined gasohol prices to be Baht 1.50 per liter lower than benzene prices. Reduction of the amount from gasohol sales contributing to the Oil Fund has been granted. There are two types of gasohol available: gasohol 95 as a substitute of benzene 95, and gasohol 91 as a substitute of benzene 91 as shown in Table 4: The structure of gasohol prices compared to other types of gasoline.


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Table 6 : Other Governmentsû Policy for mixing Ethanol with Gasoline

Biofuels for domestic consumption in key developing countries, besides Brazil Chaina

: 20% of gasoline consumed contailed ethanol in 2005 Colombia : 10% ethanol in gasoline targeted India : 5% ethanol in certain states if ethanol is not more expensive, biodiesel purchase policy Indonesia : 3% of energy from plant-based fuels by 2025 Malaysia : biodiesel from palm oil, trial underway Philippines : coco-biodiesel, ethanol planned Thailand : explosive growth of E10

Table 7 : Fuel Ethanol Production Projections.

Apart from the lower price, THB 1.50 lower per liter, the use of gasohol yields the following positive effects: 1. The amount of gasoline imported and trade deficit are reduced. 2. Thai farmers generate more income from growing crops used in ethanol production, resulting in improved quality of life. 3. Better burning of the engine decreases air pollution and other environment problems. Gasohol allows 20 25% reduction of hydrocarbon and carbon monoxide. Expenses for related health problems of Thais may decrease. 4. Using gasohol helps reduce the use of gasoline which is from a limited resource. Combining ethanol with benzene helps decrease the use of gasoline in Thailand by 10 percent 25 million liters a month. 5. Ethanol production diversifies agricultural and industrial investments. Ethanol production has been promoted by the government; tax incentives are granted by BOI. To strengthen consistency of the domestic demand, in early 2006 the government announced the plan to phase benzene 95 out in 2007. The practice should drive the demand for ethanol to 1 million liters a day. In 2009, benzene 91 will be phased out. There will be an increase in ethanol content in gasohol 95, from 10 to 20 percent. The demand for ethanol, then, will reach 4 million liters a day. However, later in 2006 the amount of ethanol produced was not sufficient for domestic use. The government, therefore, postponed the plan to phase benzene 95 out. Marketing and Industry Overview in Overseas Markets

The government has a policy to promote the use and manufacture of cars that run by 100% ethanol. There is control over the amount that ethanol is produced and the demand through changing the amount of ethanol content in gasoline. In the United States, some states are considering phasing out the use of MTBE which is toxic and pollutes. The plan is to substitute MTBE with

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µ“√“ß∑’Ë 10 : · ¥ß√“¬™◊ËÕºŸâ∑’Ë¢Õ„∫Õπÿ≠“µº≈‘µ‡Õ∑“πÕ≈ ‡æ◊ËÕ„™â‡ªìπ‡™◊ÈÕ‡æ≈‘ß ∑’˧“¥«à“®–°àÕ √â“ß ·≈⫇ √Á®„πªï 2550


Table 8 : Cost of Ethanol Production by using different kinds of raw materials, compared to world oil price

ethanol which is mostly produced from maze with higher cost compared to that produced from sugarcane. The EU also has a plan to combine gasoline with ethanol in line with the biofuels directive. It is expected that the EU will not have enough ethanol and will need to import it. Other countries have similar plans where ethanol contents and implementation timeframe may vary. Refer to Table 6. Competition

Table 9 : Ethanol Producer for mixing with gasoline in year 2006

Table 10 : List of Ethanol Producers for mixing with gasoline, expected to start production in year 2007

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In 2006, there were 5 ethanol plants producing ethanol combined in gasoline in Thailand. The total production capacity of 655,000 liters a day is not adequate to meet domestic needs if benzene 95 is phased out. Some plants are not operated to the best of their capacity, while some have ceased their production due to machinery repair and material shortage. In 2007, there will be 9 new ethanol plants. The production capacity will increase by 1,180,000 liters a day, and the total production capacity will reach 1,835,000 liters a day. Currently, the government has licensed ethanol production at the total of 12,000,000 liters a day. The amount significantly exceeds the domestic demand. Production capacity is not a constraint. Actual constraint in ethanol production are raw materials and wastewater treatment capacity. The main raw material for Thailandûs ethanol production are molasses from sugar manufacturing and cassava. An example of a common problem concerning raw material is some ethanol manufactures do not own sugar mills. They purchase molasses from sugar mills in which difficulties usually arise in terms of volume, pricing and quality, as they often have to compete with other alcohol fermentation businesses, MSG manufacturers, animal food manufacturers, and molasses exporters. For cassava, ethanol producers have to deal with purchasing from farmers and quality, as well as compete in raw material purchasing by cassava flour manufacturers. Hence, it seems complicated for licensed ethanol producers who depend on molasses, but do not have support from sugar mills. And it is also difficult for licensed ethanol producers who depend on cassava to invest in factory construction and reach the maximum production capacity. According to the corporate in-house research, it is not likely that the actual total amount of ethanol produced exceeds 4,000,000 liters per day. Such amount is close to the projected domestic demand once benzene 95 and benzene 91 are phased out.


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‚§√ß √â“ß√“§“®”Àπà“¬‡Õ∑“πÕ≈ „π™à«ßµâπªï ∑“ß¿“§√—∞¡’π‚¬∫“¬„À⇪ìπ‰ª‚¥¬ ‡ √’ ¢÷ÈπÕ¬Ÿà°—∫ºŸâ´◊ÈÕ·≈–ºŸâ¢“¬µàÕ√Õß°—π ·µà¿“§√—∞‰¥â¡’°“√°”Àπ¥·π«∑“ß°“√°”Àπ¥√“§“ ‰«â‡ªìπ√“§“°≈“ß µ“¡µâπ∑ÿπ°“√º≈‘µ ∫«° °”‰√ (Cost Plus) ‚¥¬µâπ∑ÿπ°“√º≈‘µ Õâ“ßÕ‘ß°—∫ √“§“ °“°πÈ”µ“≈ ·≈–√“§“¡—𠔪–À≈—ß Õ¬à“߉√°Áµ“¡ „πªï∑’˺à“π¡“ √“§“°“°πÈ”µ“≈ §àÕπ¢â“ߺ—πº«π ∑”„Àâ√“§“°≈“ß∑’ËÕâ“ßՑ߇ªìπ√“§“‡Õ∑“πÕ≈ §àÕπ¢â“ߺ—πº«πµ“¡‰ª¥â«¬ ‚¥¬„π™à«ßµâπªï √“§“‡√‘Ë¡µâπÕ¬Ÿà∑’˪√–¡“≥ 19.00 ∫“∑µàÕ≈‘µ√ ‰¥âª√—∫ Ÿß¢÷Èπ‰ª∂÷ß 25.30 ∫“∑µàÕ≈‘µ√ „πªï 2550 ∑“ß¿“§√—∞®÷ß„™â«‘∏’°”Àπ¥√“§“Õâ“ßÕ‘ß ºà“π√“§“‡Õ∑“πÕ≈µ≈“¥ Brazilian Commodity Exchange Sao Paulo ª√–‡∑»∫√“´‘≈ ∫«°√“§“§à“¢π à߇Õ∑“πÕ≈ ∫«°§à“¢π àß ‡Õ∑“πÕ≈ §à“ª√–°—πº≈ °“√ Ÿ≠‡ ’¬ §à“ ”√«® ·≈– §à“™‘ªªîôß ·∑π  ”À√—∫°≈ÿà¡∫√‘…—∑πÈ”µ“≈ KSL ∫√‘…—∑ ¢Õπ·°àπ·Õ≈°ÕŒÕ≈å ®”°—¥ ´÷Ë߇ªìπ∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬ ‡ªìπÀπ÷Ëß„πºŸâº≈‘µ‡Õ∑“πÕ≈¢Õߪ√–‡∑» ¡’°”≈—ß°“√º≈‘µ 150,000 ≈‘µ√µàÕ«—π µ—ÈßÕ¬Ÿà∑’Ë®—ßÀ«—¥ ¢Õπ·°àπ „°≈â°—∫‚√ßß“ππÈ”µ“≈¢Õπ·°àπ ‚¥¬„πªï 2549 º≈‘µ‡Õ∑“πÕ≈‰¥âª√–¡“≥ 25 ≈â“π≈‘µ√ ®”Àπà“¬„Àâ°—∫∫√‘…—∑πÈ”¡—π ‡æ◊ËÕ„À⇰‘¥§«“¡§≈àÕßµ—«„π°“√®—¥°“√«—µ∂ÿ¥‘∫∑“ß ∫√‘…—∑‰¥âµ—¥ ‘π„®≈ß∑ÿπ‡æ‘Ë¡Õ’° 50 ≈â“π∫“∑ ‡æ◊ËÕ„Àâ “¡“√∂π”·ªÑß·≈–º≈‘µ¿—≥±åµàÕ‡π◊ËÕß ®“°¡—𠔪–À≈—ß¡“„™â‡ªìπ«—µ∂ÿ¥‘∫‰¥â ‚¥¬§“¥«à“®– “¡“√∂‡√‘Ë¡„™â‰¥â„π‰µ√¡“  2 ¢Õߪï 2550 ´÷Ëß∫√‘…—∑§“¥«à“ „πªï 2550 ®– “¡“√∂º≈‘µ‡Õ∑“πÕ≈‰¥â‡æ‘Ë¡¢÷Èπ®“°ªï∑’˺à“π √âÕ¬≈– 80 ‡ªìπ 45 ≈â“π≈‘µ√ πÕ°®“°π’È ∫√‘…—∑¡’·ºπ∑’Ë®–≈ß∑ÿπ‚√ßß“π‡Õ∑“πÕ≈‡æ‘Ë¡Õ’° 2 ·Ààß µ—ÈßÕ¬Ÿà ∑’Ë®—ßÀ«—¥™≈∫ÿ√’ (¿“§µ–«—πÕÕ°) ·≈–®—ßÀ«—¥°“≠®π∫ÿ√’ (¿“§°≈“ß) ´÷Ëß„°≈â°—∫‚√ßß“π πÈ”µ“≈¢Õß∫√‘…—∑‡Õß ‚¥¬§“¥«à“‚√ßß“π‡Õ∑“πÕ≈∑’Ë®—ßÀ«—¥™≈∫ÿ√’ ®–‡√‘Ë¡º≈‘µ‰¥â„πªï 2551 ·≈–‚√ßß“π‡Õ∑“πÕ≈∑’Ë®—ßÀ«—¥°“≠®π∫ÿ√’ ®–‡√‘Ë¡º≈‘µ‰¥â„πªï 2552 ´÷Ëß ÿ¥∑⓬®–∑”„Àâ°≈ÿà¡ ∫√‘…—∑ πÈ”µ“≈¢Õπ·°à𠧓¥«à“¡’°”≈—ß°“√º≈‘µ‡Õ∑“πÕ≈√«¡ 400,000 ≈‘µ√µàÕ«—π

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¬Õ¥¢“¬¿“¬„πª√–‡∑» ‡Õ∑“πÕ≈ ‡∫π´‘≈ ¬Õ¥¢“¬πÈ”µ“≈ àßÕÕ° ‡Õ∑“πÕ≈ ¬Õ¥¢“¬πÈ”µ“≈∑—ÈßÀ¡¥ 





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In terms of ethanol pricing, at the beginning the government Liberlized in ethanol pricing. Therefore, prices were determined by sellers and buyers. There are guidelines for pricing and the suggested price which is cost-plus pricing. The production cost corresponds to molasses and cassava prices. However, in the previous year molasses price fluctuated, resulting in fluctuations in ethanol price. At the beginning of the year, the ethanol price was around THB 19.00 a liter, and then rose to THB 25.30 per liter. In 2007, the government determines the proxy ethanol price to correspond to ethanol pricing at the Brazilian Mercantile and Futures Exchange in Sao Paulo with costs of ethanol transport, insurance against loss, survey, and shipping to be added in. Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Group, is one of the countryûs ethanol producers. It has the production capacity of 150,000 liters a day. The factory is located near the KSLûs sugar mills in Khon Kaen Province. In 2006, the ethanol factory produced approximately 25 millions liters, which was sold to petrol companies. For more flexible raw material management, the Company invested THB 50 million for facilities that enable the use of cassava flour and cassava-related products in ethanol production. The operation is to commence in the second quarter of 2007. It is expected that in 2007, there will be an increase in ethanol production by 80 percent, equaling 45 million liters, compared to that in the previous year. The Company have aplan to invest 2 ethanol plants in Chonburi Province (Eastern Thailand) and Kanchanaburi (Central Thailand) near its sugar mills. The ethanol factory in Chonburi will be expected to start production in 2008, whereas the Kanchanaburi factory is to commence the production in 2009. The KSL Groupûs ethanol production will reach the total capacity of 400,000 liters a day.

Table 11 : Ethanol Sales in 2006 and 2005 and the portion of Export per Domestics

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Future Projects

In 2006, ethanol plant phase 1 and organic fertilizer plant in Khon Kaen Province were completed. The machinery has been in operation, and there has been sales of the products. The power plant started operating in December 2006. There are 4 new ventures: ethanol plant phase 2 in Chonburi Province, ethanol plant phase 3 in Kanchanaburi Province, sugarcane plantation and sugar mill project in Laos, and sugarcane plantation and sugar mill project in Cambodia. Those 4 projects are from the corporate policy to generate incomes and valueadded services from sugar and sugar production-related businesses. The followings are the project details:

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Biomass Power Plant Project

This project is under Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Company Limited (paid-up capital amounting to Baht 400.0 million), which is a subsidiary of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. with 100.00 percent share holding. The plant has capacity for electricity generating of 30 MW, in which 20 MW of electricity is sold to Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (in accordance with the 21-year agreement which the Company sells its electricity at an SPP rate calculating from raw material cost and fuel use rate in electricity generating). The rest of the electricity generated is sold to factories in the business group and used in the power plant itself. The main source of fuel consumed by the power plant is bagasses from sugar manufacturing process. The plant is located in the vicinity of the sugar plant of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry. The capital amounts to approximately THB 880 million. An eight-year personal income tax exemption has been granted by Thailand Board of Investment (BOI) as investment support. The plant operation was scheduled to take place in December 2006.

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Ethanol Plant Phase 2 in Chonburi Province

The project is undertaken by Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. This ethanol plant is located in Chonburi Province near New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Mill, part of one of KSLûs subsidiaries. The ethanol is used in combining with gasoline. The production capacity totals 100,000 liters per day. Production materials include molasses, cassava and cassava related products, and sugarcane juice. The estimated investment amounts to THB 500 million. The company is applying for investment support from the Board of Investment of Thailand (BOI). The plant is to operate and the sale is to commence in 2008.

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Potential difficulty that might prevent the project from being completed as planned, such as technology problems in construction, is relatively low. This is due to the fact that the company has experienced in constructing and operating an ethanol plant. However, the uncertainty about the related government policies and practice might necessitate the postponement of the project. As the ethanol plant to be constructed will be in eastern Thailand near a major sea port, the company will have the advantage of producing ethanol for exportation when domestic ethanol exceeds the domestic demand.


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Ethanol Plant Phase 3 in Kanchanaburi Province

The project is undertaken by Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. This ethanol plant is located in Kanchanaburi Province near Tamaka Sugar Industry and New Krung Thai Sugar Factory, parts of KSLûs subsidiaries. The ethanol is used in combining with gasoline. The production capacity totals 150,000 liters per day. Production materials include molasses, cassava and cassava related products, and sugarcane juice. The estimated investment amounts to THB 500 million. The company is applying for investment support from the Board of Investment of Thailand (BOI). The plant is to operate and the sale is to commence in 2009. Potential difficulty that might prevent the project from being completed as planned, such as technology problems in construction, is relatively low. This is due to the fact that the company has experienced in constructing and operating an ethanol plant. However, the uncertainty about the related government policies and practice might necessitate the postponement of the project.

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Sugarcane Plantation and Sugar Mill in Laos

The project is under Savannakhet Sugar Corporation, a subsidiary that Khon Kaen Sugar Industry holds 80% of the shares. The 30-year concession is for sugarcane farming at the area of 10,000 hectare (62,500 rai) in Savannakhet. In the first two years of operations, the company itself is to deal with growing sugarcane. Once there is sufficient sugarcane to operate crushing efficiently, the company will start the construction of the sugar mill. The sugarcane crushed is expected to start in 2008. The primary investment amounts to about THB 1,200 million. It is estimated that there will be 500,000 tons of sugarcane being crushed in one year. The sugar to be produced has EBA (Everything but Arms) quota on exporting in EU at good prices. Potential difficulties that might prevent the project from being completed as planned include unexpected complications in farming, localsû undefined parcels of lands, and unclearly defined boundary of the land under the concession.

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Sugarcane Plantation and Sugar Mill in Cambodia

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The project is under Koh Kong Plantation Co., Ltd. and Koh Kong Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. The registration to increase the capital is processing in order to allow Khon Kaen Sugar Industry to hold 50% of the shares. Both companies are granted 90-year concessions for sugarcane farming at the area of 20,000 hectare (125,000 rai) in Koh Kong. In the first three years of operations, the companies are to deal with growing sugarcane themselves. Once there is sufficient sugarcane to operate crushing efficiently, the company will start the construction of the sugar mills. The sugarcane crushing is expected to start in 2009. The primary investment amounts to about THB 2,700 million. It is estimated that there will be 1,000,000 tons of sugarcane being pressed in one year. The sugar to be produced has EBA (Everything but Arms) quota on exporting in EU at good prices. Potential difficulties that might prevent the project from being completed as planned include unexpected complications in farming and political uncertainty.


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Significant risk factors in the operation of the sugar business of the company, which may have affect on the return on investment by the shareholders, can be summarized as follows.

1. Risk factors in Raw Material Sourcing - Sugarcane The companyûs business is to run factories to produce sugar which use sugarcane as raw material. The company has also invested in other related projects, which use by products and wastes generated from the sugar manufacturing process, to create added value. Therefore, the quantity of sugarcane available for crushing is the most important factor affecting the operations of the company. There are two main reasons that cause fluctuations in the quantity of sugarcane, viz. (1) changes in the acreage under sugarcane plantation which may depend on the price agreed for the cane and whether it is worthwhile for the farmers to grow sugarcane compared to other agricultural crops as well as the promotional policies of the Government and (2) changes in the yields of sugarcane which may depend on soil fertility and climatic conditions. When the quantity of sugarcane crushed reduces, the effect on the company is that the quantity of sugar produced goes down, the unit cost, especially the fixed cost, goes up, the profit per unit reduces and the companyûs overall profit is reduced. In addition, in those years when the sugarcane crushed is low, there is increased competition among sugar mills to purchase the sugarcane produced in the neighborhood in order to protect their crushing quantities. All the sugar mills have to vie by paying more than the established sharing system price of sugarcane which increases the overall raw material cost for the company. However, since Thailand is one of the worldûs leading sugar exporters and is the leading sugar supplier to the Asian region, the lower crushing quantities in Thailand results in lower quantities available for export with consequent increase in export prices. Such increase in the export price of sugar helps reduce the impact of lower crushing quantities and the resulting increase in costs. In addition, the company has also taken other steps to assure the sustained supply of sugarcane. The company offers assistance to sugarcane farmers such as loans for planting sugarcane crop, support in procuring inputs for farming, providing irrigation systems, introducing technology to increase yields and efficiency in cultivation and reducing the influence of middle men in sugarcane sale purchase deals. The companyûs objective in granting such assistance is to establish better well being of the farmers. The company has always adopted a slogan çFarmer Prosperous, Factory Successfulé which promotes good relationship with the farmers and considers them as integral part of process of reducing raw material risks for the company.

While considering sugar trade in world markets, it can be said that sugar has high price fluctuations when compared with other agricultural produce. The world sugar prices depend on several factors, such as demand and supply of consuming and producing countries, exporters and importers, traders and profiteers, soil fertility and climatic conditions in the respective countries, promotional policies and export and import incentives for the sugar industry by governments, including those of developed countries. At present, the sugar price

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is also interrelated to the oil price, since both sugarcane and molasses can be used to produce alcohol, also called ethanol, which is blended with gasoline for use in cars as fuel. All the above factors cause high fluctuations in world sugar prices. Generally, sugar companies in Thailand are bound to meet the domestic demand first. The balance sugar can be exported. Every year, the Office of the Cane and Sugar Board estimates the quantity of domestic demand for sugar, called Quota A, and apportions this quantity to all the sugar mills based on their respective sugar production. The ratio of domestic sales to exports of all sugar mills is therefore quite similar, usually in the range of 30 : 70 to 40 : 60 depending on the sugarcane available for crushing all over the country. The sales of the sugar industry fluctuate according to world sugar prices in the 60 - 70% range. However, regarding on the cost of production, the cane price is the major cost, calculated by the formula based on the revenue sharing system 70 : 30. This means that when the sugar price has decreased 100%, the farmer will get the 70% impact in term of lower sugar cane price and the sugar factory will get 30% impact. As regards the company, since it is involved only in the sugar and molasses business, the fluctuations in the world sugar price has an influence in the companyûs operations. The company has, however, invested in other related industries such as the project to manufacture ethanol, the project to manufacture biocompost fertilizer and the project to produce electric power which in future will reduce the impact of world sugar prices on the business and permit operating in businesses where the impact of price is less pronounced.

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The sugarcane and sugar industry in Thailand is under the supervision and control of the Office of the Cane and Sugar Board under the Cane and Sugar Act 1984. The Board regulates the amount of sugar produced by a quota system (Quota A for sugar sales within the country, Quota B and C for sugar exports), controls on the price at which sugar is sold within the country, regulates on the ratio of distribution of revenue from the sugar business between the farmers and sugar factories, with the revenues sharing in the ratio of 70 : 30, controls on the entry of new players in the business etc. It is evident that the rules and regulations enacted by the Cane and Sugar Board have an impact on the production costs and the operations of the company. For Example, the revenues sharing system 70 : 30 ratio determines the sugarcane price which the sugar mills must pay to the farmers. In case, changes in the domestic sugar prices or changes in regulation of entire sugar industry, it will have a definite impact on the operations of the company. Other overall Government policies also have an impact on the companyûs business. For example, the decision to postpone phasing out of benzene 95 which has unsecured of ethanol project investment. The policy to promote the planting of oil palm trees or price guarantees for cassava have negative impact on the company since the area under sugar cane plantation will reduce and farmers will switch to growing alternative crops with better returns. The company has considered the importance of government policies in charting its business strategy. The companyûs cane and sugar factories have cooperated with three sugar mill associations and associations of sugarcane farmers to enable the government to better understand the important issues concerning the cane and sugar industry. The industry is a precursor to the food and processed food industries and is now becoming involved directly


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with the energy and fuel industry (ethanol). Additionally, ethanol is a pure alcohol that can be used as a basic starting point to produce other chemicals such as acetic acid, ethyl acetate etc. Exports of sugar are different from other industries in that they bring in foreign exchange into the country almost fully since there is no outflow of foreign exchange due to any imports. Sugarcane is an agricultural produce every part of which can be put to effective use. Hence, sugarcane can be considered as an important agricultural crop in Thailand. Communication, explanation and understanding with the government will reduce the risk of government policy on the sugarcane and sugar business.

4. Risk of Bad Debts Arising from Credit Given to Farmers (Advance Credit) In the running of a sugar mill, the factories extend loans or other kinds of financial support to sugarcane farmers as working capital to plant sugarcane crop, or what is called çsugarcane credité, thereby reserving the sugarcane for crushing. After the sugarcane crop is ready for harvesting and the sugar mills are ready to start crushing the cane, the farmers harvest the cane and send it to the sugar mills and receive payment for the value of the cane supplied after the loans advanced and other financial support given is deducted. The risks that are generated from such sugarcane credit can come from reduced production in any year due to drought conditions, losses from crop disease and pestilence, farmers refusing to send the cane to the sugar mills etc. Such liabilities, arising from sugarcane credit, can adversely affect the companyûs operations requiring higher amounts of provisioning for bad debts. The company would like to mention that regarding the above risk factors, it has made positive developments in the sugarcane system. The company has bought a satellite monitoring system (Global Positioning System - GPS) to survey the sugarcane plantation areas, which helps in reducing the problems of ownership of sugarcane fields. The system is also used to plan for sourcing more sugarcane. The company also encourages farmers to deposit assets as collateral for the loans advanced. All this has resulted in the company having a very low bad debt situation at present and the major debts are adequately covered with pledged assets.

5. Risks of Investing in Corporate Ventures In 2006, the Company undertook 4 new ventures: ethanol plant phase 2 in Chonburi Province, ethanol plant phase 3 in Kanchanaburi Province, sugarcane plantation and sugar mill project in Laos, and sugarcane plantation and sugar mill project in Cambodia. Those 4 projects are from the corporate policy to generate incomes and value-added products from sugar and sugar production-related businesses.

(1) Risks Involving in Ethanol Plant Phase 2 and 3 There is uncertainty regarding the governmentûs policies. Phasing out of benzene 95, for instance, has been postponed. The practice has affected domestic ethanol pricing and demands. However, the Company is considering the possibility of using ethanol in producing chemicals and exporting. As the ethanol plant phase 2 to be constructed in Chonburi Province, the company will have the advantage of exportation.

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Risks involving procurement of raw materials and pricing are relatively low. This is because KSL Group has its own sugar mills that support 50% of the production capacity of 400,000 liters a day. Sugarcane juice can also be used as raw material. The Company invested in facilities that allow the production of ethanol from casava flour and other casavarelated products. The facilities enable the company to manage its cost in order to maintain its competitiveness. (2) Sugarcane Plantation and Sugar Mill Projects in Laos and Cambodia The political climates in Laos and Cambodia are uncertain. The political uncertainty in Laos is less than that in Cambodia. In Laos, the difficulties the venture is facing include localsû undefined parcels of lands, and unclearly defined boundary of the land under the concession. Negotiations between the company and locals are needed. Furthermore, the company needs to promote the locals to grow sugarcane for sugar production. In Cambodia, the political uncertainty is relatively high; KSL holds only 50% of the shares, while another 30% of the shares are held by a Taiwanese firm, and the other 20% are held by Cambodian firm. Advantage that those ventures have is EBA (Everything but Arms) quota that both Laos and Cambodia have on exporting to the EU at good prices.

6. Exchange Rate Risk The company exports about 60-70% of the sugar produced and hence, is exposed to the risk of fluctuating foreign exchange rates. However, the company operates under the 70:30 revenue sharing scheme, which hedges the risk from exchange rate variations since, lower revenues due to lower exchange rates cause the sugarcane price to be lower under this scheme. This means that sales revenues and major raw material cost of the company are directly linked to the exchange rate (Natural Hedge).

7. Risk of having major shareholders controlling the votes of at the Shareholdersû meeting The Chinthammit and his company hold more than 60% of total paid up share capital of the company. Therefore, the Chinthammit Group and his company can control all the proceedings of the shareholders meetings whether it is the appointment of Directors or whether it is to seek approvals on other matters that require majority votes, except for special agendas which, by law or by the articles of association of the company, require 75% vote in shareholdersû meetings. Therefore, it is difficult for other shareholders to collect enough votes to investigate or counterbalance the issues raised by the majority shareholders.

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Securities

At October 31, 2006, The companyûs registered capital consisted of 1,600.0 million shares at a par value of THB 1.00, or a total of THB 1,600.0 million and the companyûs registered paid-up capital was at THB 1,550.0 million (1,550 million shares, at a par value of THB 1.00) 

Shareholders

Top 10 major shareholders of the company as of October 31, 2006 and as of October 31, 2005 are as followings: As of October 31, 2005

As of October 31, 2006

% of Total % of Total No. of No. of Name Shares Shares Shares Shares 1. KSL Sugar Holding Co.,Ltd. 500,000,000 32.26 1. KSL Sugar Holding Co.,Ltd. 500,000,000 32.26 2. Deutsche Bank AG Singapore - PWM 50,700,000 3.27 2. Mr. Chanachai Chutimavoraphand 41,794,190 2.70 3. Mr. Chanachai Chutimavoraphand 41,794,190 2.70 3. Mr. Somchai Chinthammit 41,461,400 2.67 4. Mr. Somchai Chinthammit 41,461,400 2.67 4. Ms. Duangdao Chinthammit 34,712,290 2.24 5. Ms. Duangdao Chinthammit 34,612,290 2.23 5. Ms. Duangkae Chinthammit 34,399,060 2.22 6. Ms. Duangkae Chinthammit 34,299,060 2.21 6. Deutsche Bank AG Singapore - PWM 33,731,700 2.18 7. Credit Suisse Singapore Trust Account Clients 32,900,000 2.12 7. Mr. Piripon Chinthammit 31,483,400 2.03 8. Mr. Piripon Chinthammit 31,070,400 2.00 8. Mr. Kamondanai Chinthammit 30,380,200 1.96 9. Chinnakij Company Limited 29,910,000 1.93 9. Chinnakij Company Limited 29,910,000 1.93 10. Mr. Kamondanai Chinthammit 28,153,200 1.82 10. Credit Suisse Singapore Trust Account Clients 28,900,000 1.86 Total for Top ten major shareholders 824,900,540 53.22 Total for Top ten major shareholders 806,772,240 52.05 11. Others 725,099,460 46.78 11. Others 743,227,760 47.95 Total paid-up registered capital 1,550,000,000 100.00 Total paid-up registered capital 1,550,000,000 100.00

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The registered capital and paid up capital of KSL Sugar Holding Co.,Ltd. consists of 50 million shares at par value of THB 10.00 per share or THB 500 million. As of October 31, 2006 and as of October 31, 2005, Top 10 major shareholders in companyûs shareholder record are as followings: Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10

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Name Ms. Nantha Chinthammit Ms. Nareerat Chinthammit Mr. Chanachai Chutimavoraphand Mr. Somchai Chinthammit Ms. Duangdao Chinthammit Ms. Duangkae Chinthammit Mr. Piripon Chinthammit Mr. Kamondanai Chinthammit Mr. Sarun Chinthammit Ms. Yaovaluck Chutmavoraphand Ms. Yaovanuth Chutimavoraphand Total for Top 10 Major Shareholders Others Total Registered Paid Up Capital

Number of Share 14,199,481 4,277,699 2,610,959 2,584,945 2,149,037 2,107,390 1,453,000 1,453,000 1,248,479 1,000,000 1,000,000 34,083,990 15,916,010 50,000,000

% 28.40 8.56 5.22 5.17 4.30 4.21 2.91 2.91 2.50 2.00 2.00 68.17 31.83 100.00

Chinkij Co., Ltd. is owned by the Chinthammits. The family members hold most of the shares. None of the shareholders holds shares individually more than 30 percent of the authorized share capital. 

Dividend Payment Policy

The Company pays dividends at a rate of not less than 50 percent of its net income after tax and legal reserves if there is no necessity for the use of the money, and if the dividend payment does not have an adverse effect on corporate operations significantly. Factors that are considered include corporate operation results, financial position, liquidity, and business expansion plans. The dividend payment requires approval from corporate shareholders and/or the Board of Directors. Dividend payment of the subsidiaries and associates to Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. depends on their cash flow, liquidity, suitability, and necessity for the use of the money. No minimum rate is specified. 

Board of Directors

As of October 31, 2006, the company have 18 directors in company board, as followings: 1. Mr. Manu 2. Mr. Chamroon

Leopairote Chinthammit

Chairman and Independent Director Director

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Mr. Prapas Mr. Pornsin Mr. Somchai Mr. Supasawn Mr. Tarkarn Ms. Duangkae Ms. Duangdao Mr. Chatri Mr. Chalush Mr. Sukhum Mr. Thawatchai Mr. Tachpong Mr. Somchat Mr. Pramoon Pol.Gen.Boonpen Mr. Sitti

Chutimavoraphand Thaemsirichai Chinthammit Sukhanindr Chunharojrit Chinthammit Chinthammit Chinthammit Chinthammit Tokaranyaset Rojanachotikul Pakornsiriwongse Chinthammit Vichiensin Bumpenboon Leelakasamelurk

Director Director Director Director Director / Secretary Director Director Director Director Director Director Independent Director Independent Director Independent Director Independent Director Independent Director

The Companyûs Shareholders have appointed the board of directors. The board of directors has set up the Company Secretary to recommend and assist the board of directors to conduct their duties in compliance with relevant laws, corporate regulations and corporate governance including taking into consideration the interests of Shareholders within best practices of business ethics.

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1. Conduct their duties in compliance with relevant laws, corporate objectives, corporate regulations, and resolutions of shareholder meetings, except for matters requiring approval from shareholder meetings before working, such as activities required by legislation for resolutions of any shareholder meetings, articles of association of the Company, and major acquisition and disposition of assets requiring compliance of regulations issued by the Stock Exchange of Thailand or any other government agencies. 2. Appoint or replace executive directors. 3. Determine policies, strategies, and directions of the Company. Ensure the Managementûs compliance with the policies, strategies, and directions determined with effectiveness and efficiency in order to maximize shareholdersû wealth and sustainable growth. 4. Consider and make decisions concerning significant matters, for instance, business plans, budgets, major investment projects, administrative power, and any other articles required by related laws. 5. Evaluate the Managementûs performance and determine the Managementûs remunerations. 6. Be responsible for operation results and the work of the Management. Conduct duties with devotion and carefulness. 7. Establish an accounting system, financial reports, and reliable audits. Ensure that there are procedures for internal control evaluation, effective and efficient internal audits, risk management, financial reports, and follow-ups. 8. Prevent any conflicts of interest between interested persons and the Company. 9. Ensure that the business is operated with integrity. 10. Issue requirements and regulations considering the Companyûs internal activities. 11. Present a full statement on responsibilities of the Companyûs Board of Directors in preparing the annual report together with the audited financial statements and other significant matters in line with the SET Code of Best Practice for Directors of Listed Companies.


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12. May appoint any other individual or other committees to function in the Companyûs operation under the Boardûs supervision or a power of attorney within a period approved by the Board. The authorization can be terminated, canceled, changed, or amended. 13. Supervise the Companyûs day-to-day operations. 

Audit Committee

As of October 31, 2006, the Company has the members of the audit committee, as followings: 1. Mr. Pramoon Vichiensin 2. Pol.Gen.Boonpen Bumpenboon 3. Mr. Sitti Leelakasamelurk

Chairman Director Director

The Chairman of the Audit Committee shall appoint the secretary of the audit committee.

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Scope of Duties and Responsibilities

1. Ensure that the Company maintains accurate and sufficient financial statements 2. Ensure that there is sufficient and efficient internal control and internal audit 3. Consider, select, and appoint the auditor 4. Ensure that the Company performs in accordance with the securities and exchange laws, regulations of the Stock Exchange of Thailand, and laws concerning the business of the Company. 5. Consider the disclosure of information of the Company for matters that may constitute a connected transaction or have any conflict of interest to be full and accurate. 6. Prepare the report of the Audit Committee to be revealed in the annual report of the Company which shall be signed by the Chairman of the Audit Committee 7. Any other matters assigned by the Board of Directors and approved by the Audit Committee The Audit Committee is delegated a two-year term and required to be held at least four meetings in a year. 

Board of Executive Directors

As of 31 October 2006, the Companyûs Board of Executive directors are as follows: Mr. Chamroon Mr. Prapas Mr. Pornsin Mr. Somchai Mr. Supasawn Mr. Tarkarn Ms. Duangkae Ms. Duangdao Mr. Chalush Mr. Sukhum Mr. Thawatchai

Chinthammit Chutimavoraphand Thaemsirichai Chinthammit Sukhanindr Chunharojrit Chinthammit Chinthammit Chinthammit Tokaranyaset Rojanachotikul

Chairman Executive Director Executive Director Executive Director Executive Director Executive Director / Secretary Executive Director Executive Director Executive Director Executive Director Executive Director

The Chairman of the Board of Executive directors shall appoint the secretary of the Companyûs Board of Executive directors.

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of Duties and Responsibilities

1. Determine policies, directions, strategies, and significant management structures for the Companyûs operations that suit and support the economy and competition, as announced to corporate shareholders. Submit the proposed policies, directions, strategies, and structures to the Board of Directors for approval. 2. Determine business plans, budgets, and the Companyûs administrative power, as well as submit them to the Board of Directors for approval. 3. Establish organizational structures and manpower policy including overviews of recruitment, training, employment, supporting young management team, and performance evaluation and remuneration criteria for all corporate employees. 4. Examine and monitor policies and management plans to ensure their effectiveness and suitability for the corporate operations. 5. Monitor the Companyûs performance to ensure compliance with the approved business plans. 6. Consider major investment projects of the Company in accordance with the provided guidelines for project approval. 7. Conduct financial activities with financial institutions involving account opening, borrowing, pawning, mortgages, guarantees, and other activities including property trading and land ownership registration according to specified objectives and amounts of money in order to facilitate the Companyûs operation. 8. Monitor the development of managing system and risk management in each division. 9. Carry out tasks assigned by the Board of Directors. Any power of attorney given to the Board of Director must be controlled by related legislation and the Companyûs regulations. Any activities that benefit/may benefit or affect interest of any executive director or individual, or that may lead to conflicts of interest (according to the SEC), are required to be presented by the Board of Executive Directors to the Board of Directors for consideration. The particular executive director and the interested individual are not allowed to vote in the Board of Director meeting concerning the issue. 

Nomination and Remuneration Committee

As of December 22, 2006, the Company has the members of the Nomination and Remuneration committee, as followings: 1. Mr. Pramoon 2. Pol.Gen.Boonpen 3. Ms. Duangdao

Vichiensin Bumpenboon Chinthimmit

Chairman Director Director

The Chairman of the Nomination and Remuneration committee shall appoint the secretary of the Nomination and Remuneration committee.

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™‘π∏√√¡¡‘µ√å ™ÿµ‘¡“«√æ—π∏å

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4. Develop guidelines for evaluating performance of directors and executives in order to determine appropriate annual remunerations corresponding to their duties, responsibilities, and risks. 5. Supervise to disclose reports of the work of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee in the corporate annual report, commencing in 2008. The Nomination and Remuneration Committee is delegated a two-year term and required to be held at least two meetings in a year. 

Risk Management Committee

As of December 22, 2006, the Company has the members of the risk management committee, as followings: 1. Mr. Somchat 2. Mr. Sitti 3. Mr. Chalush

Chinthammit Leelakasamelurk Chinthammit

Chairman Director Director

The Chairman of the Risk Management committee shall appoint the secretary of the Risk Management committee.

ë Scope

of Duties and Responsibilities

1. Develop policies to be considered by the Board of Directors regarding the overall corporate risk management that covers the Companyûs major risks, such as market risk, liquidity risk, management risk, investment risk, and reputation risk. 2. Design strategies in line with risk management policies to monitor and evaluate the corporate risk amount, as well as maintain the appropriate risk level. 3. Review the adequacy of risk management policies and system, as well as effectiveness of the system and policies practiced. 4. Provide recommendations in line with policies and strategies determined by the Board of Directors and present those recommendations to the Board. The Risk Management Committee is required to be held at least two meetings in a year. 

The Executives

As at 31 October 2006, there are 7 top executives as follows: 1. Mr. Chamroon 2. Mr. Prapas 3. Mr. Pornsin 4. Mr. Sukhum

6. Ms. Intira 7. Ms. Duangdao

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5. Mr. Thawatchai

Chinthammit President and CEO Chutimavoraphand Senior Vice President - Administration Thaemsirichai Senior Vice President Production & Technique Tokaranyaset Senior Vice President Accounting & Finance Rojanachotikul Senior Vice President Administration Sukhanindr Vice President - Business Development Chinthammit Vice President - Human Resource


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BOD

EXC

PSD

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¡“°°«à“ 500 ≈â“π∫“∑ ‰¡à‡°‘π 300 ≈â“π∫“∑ √“¬ß“πµàÕ BOD ‰¡à‡°‘π 500 ≈â“π∫“∑ √“¬ß“πµàÕ BOD ‰¡à‡°‘π 500 ≈â“π∫“∑ ‰¡à‡°‘π 300 ≈â“π∫“∑ √“¬ß“πµàÕ BOD

‰¡à‡°‘π 500 ≈â“π∫“∑ ‰¡à‡°‘π 10 ≈â“π∫“∑ √“¬ß“πµàÕ EXC ‰¡à‡°‘π 20 ≈â“π∫“∑ √“¬ß“πµàÕ EXC ‰¡à‡°‘π 20 ≈â“π∫“∑ ‰¡à‡°‘π 10 ≈â“π∫“∑ √“¬ß“πµàÕ EXC

3. °“√Õπÿ¡—µ‘°“√®”Àπà“¬æ— ¥ÿ§ß§≈—ß ∑√—æ¬å ‘π∂“«√ ‡»…´“°„π«ß‡ß‘πµàÕ§√—Èß (¿“¬„µâ§«“¡‡ÀÁπ™Õ∫¢Õߧ≥–°√√¡°“√æ‘ Ÿ®πå´“°)

¡“°°«à“ 500 ≈â“π∫“∑

4. °“√Õπÿ¡—µ‘§à“„™â®à“¬µà“ßÊ ∑’ˢի߇ߑπß∫ª√–¡“≥ „π«ß‡ß‘π√«¡µàÕ§√—Èß

¡“°°«à“ 500 ≈â“π∫“∑ ¡“°°«à“ 300 ≈â“π∫“∑

5. °“√Õπÿ¡—µ‘§à“„™â®à“¬µà“ßÊ ∑’ˉ¡à‰¥â¢Õ«ß‡ß‘πß∫ª√–¡“≥‰«â „π«ß‡ß‘π√«¡µàÕ§√—Èß

À¡“¬‡Àµÿ : 1. ∑—ßÈ π’ÕÈ ”π“®„π°“√Õπÿ¡µ— ¥‘ ß— °≈à“«®–µâÕßÕ¬Ÿ¿à “¬„µâÀ≈—°‡°≥±å¢Õß°ØÀ¡“¬·≈–°Ø√–‡∫’¬∫ ¢âÕ∫—ߧ—∫¢Õß∫√‘…—∑ µ≈“¥À≈—°∑√—æ¬å·Ààߪ√–‡∑»‰∑¬ §≥–°√√¡°“√°”°—∫À≈—°∑√—æ¬å ·≈–µ≈“¥À≈—°∑√—æ¬å·Ààߪ√–‡∑»‰∑¬ 2. BOD : §≥–°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑, EXC : §≥–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√, PSD : ª√–∏“π‡®â“Àπâ“∑’Ë ∫√‘À“√·≈–°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à


ë Scope

of Duties and Responsibilities of President and CEO

1. Decide on important matters related to the Company. Determine the corporate missions, objectives, guidelines, and policies. Supervise the overall work. Be responsible for the Board of Directors. 2. Have the power to employ, appoint, and transfer personnel as necessary and appropriate to be the management or staff members for corporate operations. Define appropriate functions, responsibilities, and remunerations of employees. Have the power to dismiss, lay off, and discharge employees as appropriate. 3. Have the power to determine business terms and conditions, such as credit limits, payment terms, trade agreements, and trade term changes. 4. Have the power to act and appear as a corporate representative to outsiders regarding affairs related and advantages to the Company. 5. Approve the appointment of advisors needed in the corporate operations. 6. Deal with affairs concerning the Company’s general operations. The functions and responsibilities of President and CEO must be in line with legislation and the Companyûs regulations. The approval of President and CEO does not apply to approval of transactions that would allow President and CEO and related persons to have interest or cause conflict of interests affecting the Company and its subsidiaries.

Table 1 : A Summary of approved financial amounts transactions according to the Companyûs authorization manual Approved Financial Amounts for Import Transactions 1. Approval of purchasing and procurement done within a budget for each transaction. 2. Approval of purchasing and procurement done within a budget requested for each transaction. 3. Approval of the sale of inventories, fixed assets, and scraps at a financial amount for each transaction. (under approval of the scrap examination officers) 4. Approval of expense which a budget has been requested as a total financial amount for each transaction. 5. Approval of expenses which a budget has not been requested as a total financial amount for each transaction.

BOD

EXC

PSD

More than THB 500 Million More than THB 300 Million

More than THB 500 Million Not over THB 300 Million Reported to BOD More than Not over THB 500 Million THB 500 Million Reported to BOD More than Not over THB 500 Million THB 500 Million Reported to BOD More than Not over THB 300 Million THB 300 Million Reported to BOD

Not over THB 500 Million Not over THB 10 Million Reported to EXC Not over THB 20 Million Reported to EXC Not over THB 20 Million Reported to EXC Not over THB 10 Million Reported to EXC

1. The power to approve the financial amounts mentioned is governed by legislation and regulations of the company, the Stock Exchange of Thailand and Securities, and Exchange Commission. 2. BOD : Board of Director, EXC : Executive Board, PSD : President and CEO

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Table 2 : Number of Meeting Attended

Name 1. Mr.Manu Leopairote 2. Mr.Chamroon Chinthammit 3. Mr.Prapas Chutimavoraphand 4. Mr.Pornsin Thaemsirichai 5. Mr.Somchai Chinthammit 6. Mr.Supasawn Sukhanindr 7. Mr.Tarkarn Chunharojrit 8. Ms.Duangkae Chinthammit 9. Ms.Duangdao Chinthammit 10. Mr.Tachpong Pakornsiriwongse 11. Mr.Chatri Chinthammit 12. Mr.Chalush Chinthammit 13. Mr.Sukhum Tokaranyaset 14. Mr.Thawatchai Rojanachotikul 15. Mr.Somchat Chinthammit 16. Mr.Pramoon Vichiensin 17. Pol.Gen.Boonpen Bumpenboon 18. Mr.Sitti Leelakasamelurk

Position in Board of Directors Chairman Director Director Director Director Director Director / Secretary Director Director Independent Director Director Director Director Director Director Independent Director Independent Director Independent Director



Nubmer of Meeting Attened Board of Directors

Audit Committee

Board of Executives Directors

Attend Meetings Total Meetings Attend Meetings Total Meetings Attend Meetings Total Meetings

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On December 22, 2006, Board of director appointed 3 directors as a member of the Nominating and Remuneration Committee. Two of three members are companyûs independent directors. This committee has planed to determine policies, regulations, and procedures for nomination of directors in order to select and nominate qualified personnel to the Board of Director and shareholder for consideration in annual shareholder meeting on year 2008. However, the criteria for consideration must be not less than the qualifications specified in Section 68 of The SEC ACT B.E. 2535 (including the revised version) and related announcements of the SEC. The election of directors is organized in line with the following Company’s regulations: 1. The corporate Board of Directors consists of at lease five directors, which not less than half of the number of directors must reside in the Kingdom. The directors must be qualified individuals who do not possess characteristics as prohibited by the laws. 2. The election of directors by the shareholder meeting is in line with the majority of votes, and the following regulations and procedure: (a) One vote per share is allowed for a shareholder. (b) Shareholders vote for each individual nominated as a director. The number of vote(s) received by each nominee does not exceed the number of share(s) held by the particular voter, as specified in (a). The shareholder cannot allot any of their share(s) to any other individual. Directors are those individuals receiving the highest votes. Should the individuals receive the same number of votes where only one place for a director remaining, the chairperson shall be granted the final vote.


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ªï 2549 §à“µÕ∫·∑π°√√¡°“√ ‡∫’Ȭ √“¬‡¥◊Õπ ‚∫π— ª√–™ÿ¡ 360,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 360,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 5,520,000.00

120,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 120,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 1,840,000.00

6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 5,500.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 4,500.00 12,000.00 12,000.00 12,000.00 98,000.00

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100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 80,000.00 66,666.67 66,666.67 1,613,333.34

5,000.00 5,000.00 6,000.00 4,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 9,000.00 9,000.00 9,000.00 89,000.00

√«¡ (∫“∑) 360,000.00 405,000.00 405,000.00 406,000.00 404,000.00 406,000.00 406,000.00 406,000.00 400,000.00 406,000.00 400,000.00 406,000.00 406,000.00 406,000.00 400,000.00 449,000.00 375,666.67 375,666.67 7,222,333.34


3. In an annual general meeting, one third of the directors are required to resign. If the total number of directors does not allow such division, the number of directors to resign should be at the closest to one third of the total. 

Remunerations for the Management

Remunerations for the Management are in line with the Companyûs procedures and policies, and in relation to corporate operation results and each individualûs performance. Amounts of the remunerations are motivational and enable the company to achieve loyalty among the competent Management.

ë Remuneration

in Cash

1. Remuneration for directory, paid in year 2006:

Name of Director

1. Mr. Manu Leopairote 2. Mr. Chamroon Chinthammit 3. Mr. Prapas Chutimavoraphand 4. Mr. Pornsin Thaemsirichai 5. Mr. Supasawn Sukhanindr 6. Mr. Somchai Chinthammit 7. Ms. Duangkae Chinthammit 8. Ms. Duangdao Chinthammit 9. Mr. Tachpong Pakornsiriwongse 10. Mr. Tarkarn Chunharojrit 11. Mr. Chatri Chinthammit 12. Mr. Chalush Chinthammit 13. Mr. Sukhum Tokaranyaset 14. Mr. Thawatchai Rojanachotikul 15. Mr. Somchat Chinthammit 16. Mr. Pramoon Vichiensin 17. Pol.Gen.Boonpen Bumpenboon 18. Mr. Sitti Leelakasamelurk Total

Position in Board of Director

Chairman* Executive Director Executive Director Executive Director Executive Director Executive Director Executive Director Executive Director Director* Director / Secretary Director Executive Director Executive Director Executive Director Director* Audit Committee* Audit Committee* Audit Committee*

THB in Year 2006 Remuneration Meeting Monthly Bonus Allowance

360,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 360,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 5,520,000.00

Total (THB)

THB in Year 2005 Remuneration Meeting Monthly Bonus Allowance

120,000.00 - 480,000.00 360,000.00 100,000.00 6,000.00 406,000.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 6,000.00 406,000.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 6,000.00 406,000.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 6,000.00 406,000.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 6,000.00 406,000.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 6,000.00 406,000.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 6,000.00 406,000.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 - 400,000.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 5,500.00 405,500.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 - 400,000.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 5,000.00 405,000.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 5,000.00 405,000.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 4,500.00 404,500.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 - 400,000.00 300,000.00 100,000.00 120,000.00 12,000.00 492,000.00 360,000.00 80,000.00 100,000.00 12,000.00 412,000.00 300,000.00 66,666.67 100,000.00 12,000.00 412,000.00 300,000.00 66,666.67 1,840,000.00 98,000.00 7,458,000.00 5,520,000.00 1,613,333.34

5,000.00 5,000.00 6,000.00 4,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 9,000.00 9,000.00 9,000.00 89,000.00

Total (THB)

360,000.00 405,000.00 405,000.00 406,000.00 404,000.00 406,000.00 406,000.00 406,000.00 400,000.00 406,000.00 400,000.00 406,000.00 406,000.00 406,000.00 400,000.00 449,000.00 375,666.67 375,666.67 7,222,333.34

2. Remuneration for Managements in the past year Remuneration for managements include board of executive director, total 12 persons, are composed of salary, bonus and allowance, total amount at THB 22.07 million

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Note : * Independent Director (1) Directors receive remuneration and bonus from board of director meeting (2) Executive Director receives remuneration and bonus from board of director meeting and meeting allowance from board of executive directors. (3) Audit Committee receives remuneration and bonus from board of director meeting and meeting allowance from board of audit committee. (4) Remunerations for directors are not including the remuneration for subsidiaries.


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The Board of Directors understands its functions, duties, and responsibilities for the Company and shareholders, as well as observes the Stock Exchange of Thailandûs Code of Best Practice for the Directorûs of Listed Companies as follows: 1. Rights of Shareholders The Company always respects rights of its shareholders: basic shareholder rights, ownership rights through the appointment of members of the Board, and other legal rights. The followings are the Companyûs summarized practices: 1.1 The Company provides shareholders, prior to meetings, with the information on the date, time, venue, and all agenda items with complete support data concerning issues to be decided. The notice of the meetings and support document are sent to the shareholders at least 14 days in advance. The notice of shareholders meeting 2007 is to be posted on the Companyûs website so that the shareholders can study all the information prior to receiving the notice. 1.2 The Companyûs website where shareholders and those interested may download corporate financial information, corporate profile, and meetings information is www.kslsugar.com. Inquiries may be emailed to ir@kslgroup.com. 1.3 The Company facilitates and encourages the shareholders to exercise their rights and vote. There are two closing times of the transfer book. The transfer book is closed for the shareholdersû right to attend the shareholders meeting, allowing the shareholders to consider and approve the annual dividend payment. And the book is closed again for shareholdersû right to receive dividends, allowing the shareholders to choose whether they want to hold the stocks for the dividends or not. Shareholders meetings are organized at convenient venues. In the previous year, the corporate shareholders meeting was held at Siam City Hotel in central Bangkok near the Companyûs head office. The meetings are notified on newspapers. The shareholders can register one hour prior to the meetings. In case a shareholder cannot be physically present at a meeting, they may appoint their proxy, or appoint an independent director as their proxy to attend the meeting and vote. 1.4 In 2006, the Company held the Annual General Meeting 1/2006 on February 27, 2006, where 16 directors were present. Shareholders could ask relevant questions directly to the directors and committees for any specific issues. 2. Equitable Treatments of Shareholders

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The Company treats all shareholders, including those with management positions, non-executive shareholders and foreign shareholders, in an equal way. The shareholders meeting procedure facilitates equitable treatments. There are procedures to protect the use of inside information by directors and the management for concerning the use and protection of inside information for abusive self-dealing. In shareholders meetings, the Board requires that the corporate directors and management disclose whether they and their related parties have any interest in any transaction or matter directly affecting the Company. This is to prevent conflict of interests among directors and the Company. The followings are the Companyûs practices: 2.1 The Company facilitates minority shareholders to propose any issues for consideration in shareholders meetings in advance of the meeting dates by emailing


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secretary@kslgroup.com. The issues will be presented to the Board for consideration. Shareholders that may propose, in advance of the meeting dates, their issues for the Boardûs consideration must be: (1) a single shareholder or a group of shareholders; and (2) holding not less than one million shares continuously for one year and still holding those shares on the date the issues are proposed. The Company takes into consideration the suitability of contents of the issues proposed, timing, benefits of the Company, readiness of the Company, and necessity of approval from the shareholders meeting. Some issues may, instead, be considered by entitled Board of Directors. 2.2 The Company does not encourage shareholders with management positions to add any agendas that have not been notified in advance without necessity. In the Annual Shareholders Meeting 2006, executive shareholders did not propose any agenda to be added. However, for the benefit of the Company, if any important agendas are added by executive shareholders, reasonable time will be given to the shareholders for considering the agendas before decision making. 2.3 The Board of Directors has provided the Nomination Committee guidelines for determining procedures and criteria considering nominations done by minority shareholders. The main aim is to facilitate the nominations of candidates by minority shareholders 3-4 months prior to the shareholders meeting date. The particular procedures and criteria are expected to be applied to the nominations of candidates for directors in the Annual General Meeting 2008. 2.4 The Company sends the notice of the meetings to the shareholders along with proxy forms. With the proxy forms, a shareholder may appoint the Chairman of the Board of Directors (independent director) as their proxy. Also, shareholders can specify their votes in their proxy forms. 2.5 For important agendas in shareholders meetings, voting cards are used. In director election, shareholders are able to vote on individual nominees. 2.6 Regarding the use and protection of inside information, the Board of Directors has established procedures The Use and Protection of inside Information. 3. Role of Stakeholders Besides protecting the benefits and rights of shareholders, the Company realizes the significance of its stakeholders. In corporate governance, stakeholders include those who contribute to the Companyûs prosperity, financial stability, and sustainability, such as customers, employees, suppliers, creditors, and the community the Company operates in. A clear policy on fair treatment for each and every stakeholder has been set, for instance: Rights of customers : Apart from the right of customers specified in contracts, the Company cares about their satisfaction. Follow-up and customer satisfaction evaluating systems are done periodically in line with ISO 9001: 2000, GMP and HACCP. The aim is to promote long-term relationships between the Company and customers.

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Rights of employees : Besides complying with its employeesû legal rights according to the Labor Relations Act, the Company ensures fair treatments for all employees regardless of their rank, nationality, religious belief, and gender. Employeesû benefits are considered and approved without discrimination. For transparency and fairness in employeesû promotion and pay raises, the Company has established a committee comprising of managements of different departments. The Company encourages knowledge and skill development through in house and outside training to support its growth. Provident fund has been set for the employeesû security.


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Rights of partners : Most of the Companyûs relationships with partners are in the form of joint ventures. The Company always respects legal rights of its partners as specified in joint venture agreements, and ensures integrity, equality, and rights of benefits corresponding to the investment. Rights of creditors : Financial supports from creditors are account for the Companyûs growth. Their rights specified in loan agreements are respected. The Company has built trust among its creditors by operating with codes of ethics as well as providing information and news concerning the Company and its financial status. Rights of the Community : The Company observes legal rights of the Community it operates in as specified in the Civil and Commercial Code. Also, other related legislation is observed, such as environmental legislation and industrial legislation. The Company is well aware of significance of the community and provides supports by sponsoring, developing infrastructure, and promoting social activities that bring understanding and sustainable development to the community. For projects that may have potential impacts on the community and environment, the Company listens to the Communityûs opinion and tries to minimize those effects. Specific procedures have been set for environmental and social studies, minimizing environmental and social impacts, and feasibility studies. Prior to commencing its ethanol production and electricity generating projects in Khon Kaen Province, for instance, the Company had conducted public hearing and analysis of impacts on the community and environment. The Company always realizes the importance of all stakeholders as mentioned. Moreover, it values all suggestions, opinions, and comments that enable development and improvement of the corporate operation. All the stakeholders can contact the Companyûs Audit Committee if they want to report incidents, complain, request for clarification / amendments, or make suggestions by emailing ia@kslgroup.com., or faxing 662-642-6092 to the Internal Audit Office. 4. Disclosure and Transparency The Board of Directors ensures that important information relevant to the Company is disclosed correctly, accurately, on a timely basis, and transparently through easy-to-access channels that are fair and trustworthy. The followings are the corporate practices: 4.1 Annual statements (Form 56-1) and annual reports are disclosed through the channel of the SET and corporate website www.kslsugar.com. There are also news related to the Company and the industry provided on the website to facilitate decision-making. 4.2 Corporate governance policies that have been approved and implemented, and the results are disclosed in the Companyûs annual statements (Form 56-1) and corporate website. The policies cover environmental and social issues. (For policies on environmental and social issues and implementation results, refer to rights of the community section in the topic Role of Stakeholders.)

4.4 The Board of Directorsû roles and responsibilities together with those of its committees are disclosed. The numbers of meetings and attendance of each director during the year are reported. The Companyûs directorsû and executivesû remuneration policies that correspond

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to the contributions and responsibilities of each person in the term of salaries and meeting remunerations are disclosed. 4.5 The Company is well aware of the importance of disclosing information to investors with accuracy, transparency, and accessibility. A team setting up to coordinate communications between the Company, investors, and shareholders can be reached by emailing ir@kslgroup.com or by phone at 1. Mr. Chanachai Chutimavoraphand 2. Mr. Chalush

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In 2006, the Company arranged an analyst meeting every three-month in conference room at KSL Tower for better understanding about the corporate operation among investors. Meetings were organized for reporting the Companyûs operating results at the SET to provide opportunities for small investors to access corporate information and ask questions about the operating results and progress with all the projects. For foreign investors, in 2006 the Company worked with securities issuers, and financial analysts in presenting its operating results and progress with its projects. Three presentations were done in Singapore and Hong Kong, two were done in the United States, and one was done in the United Kingdom. Visits to the Company have been arranged for foreign investors. The appointments can be made in advance with the Companyûs investor relations team. 5. Responsibilities of the Board of Directors 5.1 The structure of the Board consists of 6 independent directors, accounting for one third of the Board, and the remaining directors are representative of each group of shareholders. The number of the directors is proportionate to the ownership of each group. Independent directorsû possess the qualifications specified by the SEC and SET. Term of service of directors is 3 years. Before the appointment, each director is required to disclose information about their positions as a director in other firms that may have conflict of interests. Directors who have conflict of interests in any issues are not allowed to vote on those particular issues. The Companyûs directors including executives must not have any positions in other firms that are the Companyûs direct and indirect competition.

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In the structure of the Companyûs Board, the positions of Chairman and Managing Director are served by different individuals. The roles and responsibilities of the Chairman of the Board are different from those of the Managing Director. The Chairman of the Board is an independent director. The Company has separated the roles and responsibilities of the Board from the executives and managing director. The Companyûs directors have various qualifications, such as skills and expertise in accounting, finance, law, administration, production technology, personnel, purchasing, marketing, real estate, internal audit, and information technology. The Board of Directors has leadership, vision, independence in making decisions, and a balance of power. It consists of:


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The Company has appointed the corporate General Secretary to deal with administration, coordinate, and give advice, and facilitate the Board meetings. 5.2 Other Committees The Board has established Other Committees including the Audit Committee, Nomination and Remuneration Committee, and Risk Management Committee. Roles and responsibilities are defined. To allow transparency and independence in the committeeûs working, the majority of the committee members and the chairs are independent directors. The Chairman of the Board is not either a chairman or a member of any committee to ensure independence of the committees. 5.3 Roles and Responsibilities of the Board of Directors The Board determines the corporate vision, mission, strategies, goals, business plans, and budget. Also, the Board ensures that the managements follow the business plans and budget set. It establishes internal control, internal audit, and risk management, as well as ensures that they are effective and efficient. Moreover, the Board defines responsibilities and authority of the management, CEO, and Managing Director. The Board has established corporate governance policy as follows: çThe Company is committed to corporate governance to build trust among shareholders, employees, and customers, as well as to create sustainable competitive advantage. It emphasizes internal control, internal audit, and risk management, as well as ensures that the management implements policies effectively in compliance with legislation and business ethics.é The Board has set a written code of business conduct for the Companyûs directors and employees, which covers key matters, such as honesty, integrity, and conflict of interests. Compliance to the code is monitored, and penalties are defined. The Board of Directors thoroughly considers and deals with transactions with (potential) conflict of interests. Policies and guidelines are in place to prevent the use of inside information by the management and related parties for their own interests. The Board of Directors ensures that the Companyûs administration and internal control are effective. Related complete and reliable information is provided. Compliance of regulations is monitored. The Board ensures that the Companyûs resources are used efficiently, and that corporate assets are protected. The Company has the internal audit unit to analyze, audit and evaluate its operations as well as provide consultancy facilitating its affairs. The Companyûs Audit Committee reviews and audits the internal control, and ensures that the internal audit is suitable and effective. Data and information has been managed and secured, in which only some confidential information is disclosed to top executives as needed. The Company informs its employees restrictions on the use of information when it needs to be disclosed. Serious penalty is imposed on employees who disclose confidential information.

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The Board of Directors has established the Risk Management Committee to cover all activities of the Company. The Nomination and Remuneration Committee was set up for transparency and systematic evaluation. Evaluation criteria are clearly notified. There is evaluation on the Boardûs performance annually. In the Shareholders Meeting 2006, the Boardûs remunerations were disclosed and approved by shareholders in appropriate forms and amounts. The managementûs remunerations are in line with procedures and policies established by the Company, and corresponding with the Companyûs operating results and each of the individuals. The managementûs remunerations are motivational so that the Company is able to keep highly qualified executives.


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The Board of Directors is responsible for the Companyûs financial statements and financial information that appears in annual reports. The Companyûs financial statements are thoroughly prepared according to Thailandûs generally accepted accounting standard. The Board ensures that there is appropriate accounting policy and adequate disclosure of information in notes of financial statements. The Company has the Audit Committee where non-executive members are in charge of the quality of the Companyûs financial statements and internal control system. 5.4 Board Meetings The Board sets at least 4 board meetings in a year every 3 months, and each director of the Board is notified in advance. For the flow of the Companyûs operations, there are monthly executive meetings where the Board entitles the meeting to make decisions. In every board meetings, the Board of Directors is informed about the matters that have been approved by the Companyûs executive meeting to ensure that the Board is able to supervise, control, and monitor the work of the management on a regular basis. In board meetings, the Chairman, Managing Director, and Secretary consider agendas. This is to ensure that the agendas cover important matters. Each director may propose agendas independently. The Board Secretary sends meeting documents to each director in advance of the meeting date. The documents are concise. Confidential issues that cannot be disclosed in writing or prior to the meetings are brought to be discussed during the meetings. In a board meeting, the Chairman of the Board allocates adequate meeting time for complete managementûs presentation and comprehensive directorsû discussion. The Chairman encourages careful consideration in the meeting. Directors pay attention to each issue presented in the meeting, including issues concerning governance of the Company. Top executives from different departments attend the board meeting to present details on the issues that they are responsible for in order to facilitate the Boardûs decision-making. The Board also has a chance to know more about the top executives, as well as has access to important additional information through the top executives. Directors may request more information about issues in the meeting from the company secretary. 5.5 Board and Management Training The Company has reinforced roles, duties and responsibilities of the Board and executives through internal and external training. It allows the Board to participate in its operations and ventures. For instance, in 2006 the Board was invited to visit sites for the Companyûs ventures in Laos and Cambodia. New directors are introduced to the nature of the business and the operations of the Company like new employees. Also, appropriate training is provided.

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The Company has established an appropriate executive development program for its future succession plan. 

Supervision of Use of Inside Information

The Company prohibits its directors and the Management from using inside information concerning important matters including trading of securities before publication for personal gains. Preventive measures against the use of inside information by the directors and the management are as follows: 1. The Company informs the Management about their responsibility to report securities holdings of themselves, spouses, and minor children. The Management is also required to report any changes of their holdings as specified in Section 59 and the penalty in Section 275 of Securities and Exchange Act BE 2535. 2. Circulars are sent to the Management informing that those who receive significant inside information that affects stock prices are required to refrain from trading of corporate securities during the one-month period as well as disclosing such information before publication of financial statements. 

Personnel

Information concerning the Companyûs employee as of October 31, 2006 and 2005 is as follows: Consolidated 2006 2005 Average Number of Employees (persons) During Production Season Period During Normal Period Employee Expenses (Million THB)

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As of 31 October 2006, the Company had no dispute about labor issue which might have a potential negative impact to its consolidated financial statements 

Personnel Development Policy

The Company undertakes regular personnel development to enhance potential, progress, and growth in their employeesû career path. It aims to provide training for all employees in accordance with business direction and strategy. The company encourages the employees to have continuous learning by setting up the library and providing the knowledge management system by themselves in order to improve their capabilities.

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In addition, the Company creates the incentive system for the employees to have some good intention in working, to receive the reasonable salaries related to their capabilities, to use their knowledge applicable for their job description and to participate in public activities with social-minded.


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ë ª√‘≠≠“µ√’ ∫√‘À“√∏ÿ√°‘® (‡°’¬√µ‘𬑠¡) §≥–æ“≥‘™¬»“ µ√å·≈–°“√∫—≠™’ ®ÿÓ≈ß°√≥å¡À“«‘∑¬“≈—¬ ë À≈—° Ÿµ√ Director Accreditation Program (DAP) ®“° ¡“§¡ à߇ √‘¡ ∂“∫—π°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑‰∑¬ (IOD) √ÿàπ∑’Ë 17 / 2004

ë ¡—∏¬¡»÷°…“ªï∑’Ë 6 “¬ “¡—≠ ‚√߇√’¬πª√–®”®—ßÀ«—¥™≈∫ÿ√’ ë À≈—° Ÿµ√ Director Accreditation Program (DAP) ®“° ¡“§¡ à߇ √‘¡ ∂“∫—π°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑‰∑¬ (IOD) √ÿàπ∑’Ë 17 / 2004

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ë Diploma from KATINKA School, England ë Õ∫√¡À≈—° Ÿµ√ MMP √ÿàπ 3 ®ÿÓ≈ß°√≥å¡À“«‘∑¬“≈—¬ ë À≈—° Ÿµ√ Director Accreditation Program (DAP) ®“° ¡“§¡ à߇ √‘¡ ∂“∫—π°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑‰∑¬ (IOD) √ÿàπ∑’Ë 17 / 2004

ë Õπÿª√‘≠≠“ §Õ¡æ‘«‡µÕ√å ∂“∫—π Computer College, Germany ë Õ∫√¡ Mini MBA ¡À“«‘∑¬“≈—¬∏√√¡»“ µ√å ë À≈—° Ÿµ√ Director Accreditation Program (DAP) ®“° ¡“§¡ à߇ √‘¡ ∂“∫—π°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑‰∑¬ (IOD) √ÿàπ∑’Ë 17 / 2004

6. 𓬠¡™“¬ ™‘π∏√√¡¡‘µ√å ë °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑ ·≈–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ ë ºŸâ™à«¬°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à

7. π“ß “«¥«ß·¢ ™‘π∏√√¡¡‘µ√å ë °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑ ·≈–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ ë ºŸâ™à«¬°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à

ë ª√‘≠≠“µ√’ «‘»«°√√¡‰øøÑ“ §≥–«‘»«°√√¡»“ µ√å  ∂“∫—π Heald Engineering College, San Francisco, USA. ë À≈—° Ÿµ√ Director Accreditation Program (DAP) ®“° ¡“§¡ à߇ √‘¡ ∂“∫—π°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑‰∑¬ (IOD) √ÿàπ∑’Ë 17 / 2004

ë Master of Science, Engineering North Dakota State University, USA. ë Master of Business Administration, The University of Southern Queensland, Australia ë À≈—° Ÿµ√ Director Accreditation Program (DAP) ®“° ¡“§¡ à߇ √‘¡ ∂“∫—π°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑‰∑¬ (IOD) √ÿàπ∑’Ë 18 / 2004

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ë Master of Science, Agricultural Economics, University of Saskatchewan, Canada ë Bachelor of Science, Computer Information System, Western Michigan University, USA. ë ª√‘≠≠“µ√’ ∫√‘À“√∏ÿ√°‘® §≥–‡»√…∞»“ µ√å·≈– ∫√‘À“√∏ÿ√°‘® ¡À“«‘∑¬“≈—¬‡°…µ√»“ µ√å ë À≈—° Ÿµ√ Director Accreditation Program (DAP) ®“° ¡“§¡ à߇ √‘¡ ∂“∫—π°√√¡°“√ ∫√‘…—∑‰∑¬ (IOD) √ÿàπ∑’Ë 17 / 2004

ë «ÿ≤‘∫—µ√°“√‡ß‘π‡æ◊ËÕ°“√∫√‘À“√ §≥–æ“≥‘™¬»“ µ√å·≈– °“√∫—≠™’ ®ÿÓ≈ß°√≥å¡À“«‘∑¬“≈—¬ ë À≈—° Ÿµ√ Director Accreditation Program (DAP) ®“° ¡“§¡ à߇ √‘¡ ∂“∫—π°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑‰∑¬ (IOD) √ÿàπ∑’Ë 21 / 2004

ë ª√–°“»π’¬∫—µ√ æ“≥‘™¬°“√ “¢“∫—≠™’ ë À≈—° Ÿµ√ Director Accreditation Program (DAP) ®“° ¡“§¡ à߇ √‘¡ ∂“∫—π°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑‰∑¬ (IOD) √ÿàπ∑’Ë 17 / 2004

ë ª√‘≠≠“µ√’ ‡»√…∞»“ µ√å ∫√‘À“√∏ÿ√°‘® ¡À“«‘∑¬“≈—¬ÀÕ°“√§â“‰∑¬ ë Master of Science, Computer Science, Bellevue University, USA. ë À≈—° Ÿµ√ Director Accreditation Program (DAP)

8. π“ß “«¥«ß¥“« ™‘π∏√√¡¡‘µ√å ë °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑ ·≈–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ ë √Õß°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠à  “¬ß“π∑√—欓°√∫ÿ§§≈

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ë ª√‘≠≠“µ√’ ¥â“π°“√‡ß‘π·≈–°“√∏𓧓√ §≥–∫√‘À“√∏ÿ√°‘® ¡À“«‘∑¬“≈—¬Õ—  —¡™—≠ ë ª√‘≠≠“‚∑ ¥â“π°“√‡ß‘π·≈–°“√∏𓧓√ §≥–∫√‘À“√∏ÿ√°‘® Mercer University, USA. ë À≈—° Ÿµ√ Director Accreditation Program (DAP) ®“° ¡“§¡ à߇ √‘¡ ∂“∫—π°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑‰∑¬ (IOD) √ÿàπ∑’Ë 21 / 2004

ë ª√–°“»π’¬∫—µ√«‘™“™’æ “¢“Õ“™’«– §≥–æ“≥‘™¬å °“√∫—≠™’ ‚√߇√’¬π°‘µµ‘æ“≥‘™¬å ë À≈—° Ÿµ√ Director Accreditation Program (DAP) ®“° ¡“§¡ à߇ √‘¡ ∂“∫—π°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑‰∑¬ (IOD) √ÿàπ∑’Ë 18 / 2004

ë ª√‘≠≠“µ√’ ∫√‘À“√∏ÿ√°‘® Auckland Technical Institute, New Zealand ë À≈—° Ÿµ√ Director Accreditation Program (DAP) ®“° ¡“§¡ à߇ √‘¡ ∂“∫—π°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑‰∑¬ (IIOD) √ÿàπ∑’Ë 17 / 2004

13. 𓬠ÿ¢ÿ¡ ‚µ°“√—≥¬‡»√…∞å ë °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑ ·≈–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ ë √Õß°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠àÕ“«ÿ‚  -  “¬ß“π∫—≠™’ ·≈–°“√‡ß‘π

14. π“¬∏«—∑™—¬ ‚√®π–‚™µ‘°ÿ≈ ë °√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑ ·≈–°√√¡°“√∫√‘À“√ ë √Õß°√√¡°“√ºŸâ®—¥°“√„À≠àÕ“«ÿ‚ -  “¬ß“π∫√‘À“√

®“° ¡“§¡ à߇ √‘¡ ∂“∫—π°√√¡°“√∫√‘…—∑‰∑¬ (IOD) √ÿàπ∑’Ë 21 / 2004

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3. Mr. Prapas Chutimavoraphand ë Director and Executive Director ë Senior Vice President Administration

4. Mr. Pornsin Thaemsirichai ë Director and Executive Director ë Senior Vice President Production & Technique

5. Mr. Supasawn Sukhanindr ë Director and Executive Director

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Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. Affiliate of KSL Sugar Factories Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Co., Ltd. The Cane and Sugar Act B.E.2527 Committee Savannakhet Sugar Coporation

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Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. Affiliate of KSL Sugar Factories SME Bank PTT Exploration and Production Plc.

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2. Mr. Chamroon Chinthammit ë President and CEO

BBA in Economics (Honor), Thammasat University M.Sc. (Economics (Honor)), University of Kentucky, USA Diploma Development of Industry, Nagoya Training in Japan Diploma, National Defence College (34) Director Certification Program (DCP) (30 / 2003)

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Education Background

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ë Certificate in Accounting ë Director Accreditation Program (DAP) (17 / 2004) by IOD

10. Mr. Trakarn Chunharojrit ë Director and Executive Director ë Secretary to the Board of Directors

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0.469

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ë Certificate in Financial Management, Chulalongkorn University ë Director Accreditation Program (DAP) (21 / 2004) by IOD

2.219

9. Mr. Tachpong Pakornsiriwongse ë Director

ë Diploma from Katinka School, England ë Certificate Modern Managers Program (MMP), Chulalongkorn University ë Director Accreditation Program (DAP) (17 / 2004) by IOD

7. Ms. Duangkae Chinthammit ë Director and Executive Director ë Assistant Vice President CEO Office

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2.240

ë Diploma, Computer College, Germany ë Certificate Mini MBA., Thammasat University ë Director Accreditation Program (DAP) (17 / 2004) by IOD

6. Mr. Somchai Chinthammit ë Director and Executive Director ë Assistant Vice PresidentCEO Office

% of Share Holding

8. Ms. Duangdao Chinthammit ë MS in Agricultural Economics, University of Saskatchewen, Canada ë Director and Executive Director ë BS in Computer Information System,Western Michigan ë Vice President - Human University, USA. Resources ë BBA in Business Administration, Kasetsart University ë Director Accreditation Program (DAP) (17 / 2004) by IOD

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Name / Position

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Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. Affiliate KSL Sugar Factories Sub Sri Thai Warehouse Plc. KSL. Chemicals Co., Ltd.

Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. Affiliate of KSL Sugar Factories Chengteh Chinaware Co., Ltd. Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. Khon Kaen Sugar Power Piant Co., Ltd. KSL. Agro Co., Ltd. ë Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. ë Affiliate of KSL Sugar Factories

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ë Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. ë Affiliate of KSL Sugar Factories

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Work Experience Company / Type of Business


ë BBA in Business Administration, Auckland Technical Institute, New Zealand ë Director Accreditation Program (DAP) (17 / 2004) by IOD

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14. Mr. Thawatchai Rojanachotikul ë Director and Executive Director ë Senior Vice President Administration

15. Mr. Somchat Chinthammit ë Director

16. Mr. Pramoon Vichiensin ë Independent Director ë Chairman of the Audit Committee

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0.485

ë Chairman of the Audit Committee ë Qualify person in Law ë Advisor on President (2002-2003)

ë Director

ë Director and Senior Vice President ë Director

ë Director

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Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. Affiliate of KSL Sugar Factories Thai Fermentation Industry Co., Ltd. Chengteh Chinaware Co., Ltd. Savannakhet Sugar Coporation

Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. Affiliate of KSL Sugar Factories Thai Fermentation Industry Co., Ltd. Chengteh Chinaware Co., Ltd. KSL. Agro Co., Ltd.

ë Bangkok Metropolitan Administration ë The Constitutional Court

ë Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc.

ë Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. ë Affiliate of KSL Sugar Factories

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Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. Affiliate of KSL Sugar Factories The Cane and Sugar Act B.E.2527 Committee Chengteh Chinaware Co., Ltd. Savannakhet Sugar Coporation KSL. Agro Co., Ltd.

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LL.B., Thammasat University Certificate in Executive Development from NIDA Director Accreditation Program (DAP) (11 / 2004) Certificate in Audit Committee Program (10 / 2005) by IOD

1.727

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13. Mr. Sukhum Tokaranyaset ë Director and Executive Director ë Senior Vice President Accounting & Finance

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104

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Work Experience Company / Type of Business

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1.437

ë BBA in Finance and Banking, Assumption University ë MBA in Finance and Banking, Mercer University, USA. ë Director Accreditation Program (DAP) (21 / 2004) by IOD

12. Mr. Chalush Chinthammit ë Director and Executive Director ë Assistant Vice President Business Development

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19. Mrs. Intira Sukhanindr ë Vice President - Business Development

NOTE : Affiliate of KSL Sugar Factories : ë Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. ë New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. ë New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd.

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18. Mr. Sitti Leelakasamelurk ë Independent Director ë Audit Committee

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17. Pol.Gen. Boonpen Bumpenboon ë Independent Director ë Audit Committee

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ë Audit Committee ë Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. ë Deputy Commissioner ë Royal Thai Police General (2004-2005) ë Board of Police Commissioner ë Council of State ë Office of the Council of State

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Position Name Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Mr. Manu Mr. Chamroon Mr. Prapas Mr. Pornsin Mr. Supasawn Mr. Somchai Mr. Tachpong Ms. Duangkae Ms. Duangdao Mr. Chatri Mr. Sukhum Mr. Thawatchai Mr. Chalush Mr. Somchat Mr. Trakarn Mr. Pramoon Pol.Gen.Boonpen Mr. Sitti Ms. Intira Mr. Chanachai Mr. Theera Mr. Chanvut Mr. Wiraj Mr. Narong

Leopairote Chinthammit Chutimavoraphand Thaemsirichai Sukhanindr Chinthammit Pakornsiriwongse Chinthammit Chinthammit Chinthammit Tokaranyaset Rojanachotikul Chinthammit Chinthammit Chunharojrit Vichiensin Bumpenboon Leelakasaemlurk Sukhanindr Chutimavoraphand Sanguandeekul Pacharatham Chunfong Jitnomrat

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2) Name of Subsidiaries and Associates 1. Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. 2. New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. 3. New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. 4. Thai Sugar Terminal Plc. 5. KSL Export Trading Co., Ltd. 6. Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Co., Ltd. 7. Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. 8. KSL Chemical Co., Ltd. 9. KSL Real Estate Co., Ltd. 10. Champion Fermentation Co., Ltd. 11. KSL Agro Co.,Ltd. 12. Savannakhet Sugar Corporation


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Article Sources : Cane and Sugar Industry in Thailand 1998 - 99 ë Office of the Cane and Sugar Board 

Net Revenue Sharing System 70 : 30

(A New Cane Payment System) The net revenue sharing system was first introduced in 1982/1983 crop year. This new sugarcane payment system would do away with the arguments and bargaining between growers and millers at the beginning of the season which used to be common in former times. Now sugarcane is sold and crushed to produce sugar, net proceeds from sugar sold in the domestic market and exported are shared between the cane growers and the millers. In principle, there will now be no need for the cane growers and millers to fight or quarrel with each other, for under the new sharing system, both will share in the proceeds at the end of the season. The proceeds are shared with 70% going to the cane grower and 30% to the millers. The formula of the 70:30 sharing system is as follows: Pc

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0.7 (R1+R2) Qc stands for sugarcane price per metric ton net proceeds from domestic sale net proceeds from export total sugarcane quantity crushed in each season Gross proceeds minus sale expense and taxes

Under the sharing system, the determination of sugarcane price is divided into two stages:

1. Preliminary cane price At the beginning of the season, forecast of revenues from domestic sale and export and sugarcane quantity will be made. Calculation of preliminary from forecasted figures will be made accordingly. The provisional cane price is to be announced in early December each year.

2. Final cane price

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At the end of the following September when proceeds from domestic sale and export, as well as sugarcane quantity crushed in the season become known, calculation of final cane price will be made. The final cane price will be announced in October each year. In 1984, the Cane and Sugar Act of 1984 was passed by the Parliament. This Act was considered the most important foundation of the sharing system ensuring a fair distribution of benefits to all parties corned. A Cane and Sugar stabilization Fund was also established in accordance with the Cane and Sugar Act of 1984 with an aim to help support and stabilize cane and sugar production and prices as well as the sugar industry as a whole. At present, there is no ground to produce a massive amount of cane and sugar for price will inevitably drop. If cane production is controlled, cane prices can be stabilized and fair returns can also be ensured.


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INDUSTRIAL Management

To exercise cane production control, all cane growers are required to register with the Cane and Sugar Board. The Cane and Sugar Board has completed three rounds of cane growers registrations the registration of the first in 1986, and the last in 1992. With such registration, in the near future, each cane growers will be given a production quota. If they choose to exceed their assigned production quotas, they will have to pay a price penalty on the excess amount. At the same time, outsiders or the unregistered growers are not allowed to supply their cane to the sugar mills thus preventing cane production from increasing to undesirable level, so that desirable stability and growth can be maintained. 

INDUSTRY STRUCTURER Sugarcane Price Settlement (Initial and Final Stages)

Prior to the start of sugar production season each year, a working committee will be set up with a responsibility of making an income estimate from the forecast of sale of sugar in that particular season. This is done to determine the provisional price of cane and the initial returns on production and sale of sugar. The method and criteria used in the calculation will comply with the decision made by the Cane and Sugar Board. In principle, the initial determination of cane price and and returns on sugar production and sale must not be less than eighty percent (80%) of the estimate and must take into consideration the production costs of cane and sugar. Once the working committee has come up with the income estimate, the provisional price of sugar cane, and the initial returns on production and sale of sugar; they will then have to inform the Institutions of Sugarcane Growers, and Sugar Factory Associations of their decision. Moreover, a meeting of representatives from Institutions of Sugarcane Growers and Sugar Factory Associations has to be called, as a forum for comments and debate. A formal announcement of the meeting in writing has to be notified no less than ten days prior to the actual day of the meeting. Should there be any objections; they have to be stated, together with detailed supportive reasons in writing, and handed to Office of Cane and Sugar Board prior to the meeting. Afterwards, the Office of the Cane and Sugar Board will draw up a conclusion of the meeting, with figures of the income estimate, the initial price of cane, and the initial returns on production and sale of sugar. These will then be proposed to the Cane and Sugar Board for consideration, and to the Cabinet for approval. As soon as the approval has been granted, the Office of Cane and Sugar Board will announce the initial price of cane and the initial returns on production and sale of sugar in the Royal Gazette, in which all sugar manufacturing factories will use the provisional price of cane stated as their basis for cane payment.

Once these final figures have been agreed upon by the full committee, they will be forwarded to the Cabinet for approval, and announced in the Royal Gazette.

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Cane Crush (Million Tons) 22.12 22.09 24.68 24.78 25.35 25.91 38.99 34.49 38.31 48.74 36.20 38.20 52.50 59.97 58.05 40.94 51.92 55.20 49.82 61.78 73.01 70.10 51.13 47.85

Sugar (Million Bags) 92.52 95.89 98.53 103.31 103.73 95.31 106.32 99.79 94.74 102.81 104.23 101.75 104.25 103.95 103.31 97.02 103.72 103.89 102.41 103.85 98.57 108.71 106.93 102.48

Average Yield of Sugar (Kgs./ton of cane) 6.06 6.50 7.00 6.50 7.82 8.20 8.65 10.10 11.10 12.10 12.80 13.25 15.30 16.50 16.70 17.00 17.50 16.50 17.00 18.50 19.01 19.20 20.00 22.00

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Cane Price Final Provisional (THB/Ton) (THB/Ton) 350.00 381.00 421.00 421.00 395.00 379.89 330.00 388.00 375.00 444.23 405.00 462.00 450.00 527.45 460.00 596.55 460.00 442.10 399.00 480.00 420.00 516.3(1) 490.00 533.01 520.00 569.27 500.00 537.61 500.00 560.85(2) 600.00 751.43 500.00 535.20 450.00 478.85 600.00 678.10 - 706.85(3) 530.00 501.89 - 548.43(3) 500.00 507.35 - 549.75(3) 465.00 483.34 - 524.54(3) 620.00 575.44 - 672.78(3) 800.00 715.76 - 869.47(3)

StatisticS of Cane and Sugar PriceS between Crop YearS 1982/1983 - 2005/2006)

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Remark : 1. The cane price was calculated at 10 c.c.s. from the crop year 1992/93 onward. 2. The Cane and Sugar Board have separated the area for calculating cane price in each crop year as follow: 1996/97 : 12 areas, 1997/98 : 12 areas, 1998/99 : 12 areas, 1999/2000 : 5 areas 2000/01 : 6 areas, 2001/02 : 8 areas, 2002/03 : 8 areas 3. Minimum Cane Price area and Maximum Cane Price area 4. The Cane and Sugar Board have determind the quality of Quota B at 6 million bags between 1982/83 to 1991/92 also set up the quality of Qouta B at 8 million bags between 1992/93 until at Present 5. The Price of Raw Sugar at N.Y.> No.11 equal to average sugar spot price during the delivery turn of from Jan. to Sep. in crop year.



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Events

and Activities in 2006 of the KSL Group Energy Minister and Team Visit Khon Kaen Alcohol Plant 8 January 2006, the Energy Minister Wiset Jupibal, top executives of the Ministry, and their team were special guests in çThe Launch of Ethanolé of Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. The event took place at the ethanol plant in Nampong District, Khon Kaen Province. The guests were welcomed by Mr. Chamroon Chinthammit, Chairman, and Mr. Pornsilapa Thaemsirichai, Managing Director. The Minister and his team saw the manufacturing process of Khon Kaen Alcohol plant. The modern technology used allows ethanol to be produced from molasses and sugarcane juice processed from KSL sugar mills. The production has capacity of 150,000 liters a day, equaling approximately 45 million liters a year.

KSLûs New Yearûs Party 2006 21 January 2006, the KSL group held KSLûs New Yearûs Party 2006 for its employees. There were performances by different departments. Rings were presented to employees with 20 and 30 year- service periods. Presents were drawn for employees. The event was aimed to maintain unity in the organization, as well as thank all the employees for their dedication.

Venture in Laos PDR 16 February 2006, Vientiane, Laos PDR, Mr. Chamroon Chinthammit and other executives on behalf of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. signed a venture agreement between the Company,Ban Pong Intertrade Co., Ltd., and the Lao government. The jointventure deals with sugarcane farming and sugar mill construction in Savannakhet District. çSavannakhet Sugar Corporationé was established to manage the venture, which is aimed at promoting local development, creating jobs for locals, and promoting international business relations of the two countries.

19 May 2006, Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. celebrated its 30th anniversary at Khon Kaen Sugar Industry sugar mill, Nampong District, Khon Kaen Province. Khon Kaen Vice Provincial Governor Yiamsuriya Palusook was a special guest. CEO and Managing Director Chamroon Chinthammit, on behalf of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry, welcomed Khon Kaen local administrators and sugarcane farmers.

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30th Anniversary of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry


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Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Enters Indochina Market 28 May - 4 June 2006, Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. management and top executives visited Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam to survey and develop investment plans for the Company. The investment in the neighboring countries will expand the Companyûs sugar and sugarrelated businesses to generate incomes and benefits through international commerce.

Venture in Cambodia 2 July 2006, Cambodia, Mr. Chamroon Chinthammit and other executives on behalf of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc., Koh Kong Plantation Co., Ltd., Koh Kong Sugar Industry Co., Ltd., and Cambodiaûs Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries signed a concession. This project is a joint-venture between the two subsidiaries, Cambodian investors, represented by Mr. Ly Yong Phat, and Ve Wong Corporation from Taiwan. The venture deals with sugarcane farming in Koh Kong Province and establishing a sugar mill in Cambodia.

KSL Celebrates 60th Anniversary of His Majestyûs Accession to the Throne by Supporting Rajvithi Home 23 September 2006, Mr. Chamroon Chinthammit, CEO of KSL Group Board of Directors, and employees held a charitable event çKSL Celebrates 60th Anniversary of His Majestyûs Accession to the Throne by Supporting Rajvithi Homeé. Scholarships amounting to Baht 210,999, lunch, school supplies, and living supplies were given to children at Rajvithi Home.

KSL Sponsors Education of Sriayudhya School

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29 September 2006, Mr. Manu Leopairote, Chairman of the Board, and Mr. Chamroon Chinthammit, CEO of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc., presented Baht 100,000 in sponsorship to Sriayudhya School under the Patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Bijaratana. The money is for the production of signs for the schoolûs buildings. Director Teerapong Niyomtong and teachers attended the ceremony. Khon Kaen Sugar Industry always supports academic development of the school.


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Savannakhet Administrators Visit Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. 28 November 2006, KSL Tower, Mr. Chamroon Chinthammit, CEO of the KSL Group, welcomed Laos PDRûs Savannakhet administrators. There were talks on the history of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. and KSLûs investor relations. Souvenirs were exchanged. The visit was aimed at promoting international business relations of the two countries, as the Companyûs joint-venture in Laos deals with sugarcane farming and sugar mill construction in Savannakhet District.

The Sustainable Sugarcane Farming 29 November 2006,Khon Kaen Sugar Industry sugar mill, Nampong District, Khon Kaen Province, Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. entered into an agreement with Khon Kaen BAAC Agricultural Cooperatives for Marketing Committee, and the Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives to improve sugarcane farming. More sugarcane with high quality will allow the farmers to generate more income.

KSL Made Donation to Wat Nong Krang, Kanchanaburi Province 29 November 2006, Mr. Chamroon Chinthammit and other executives on behalf of KSL donated money to Wat Nong Krang, Bo Ploi District, Kanchanaburi Province, and celebrated the principle Buddha image. The donated money was made for the maintenance of the consecrated assembly hall and construction of the principle Buddha image in the hall. The total donation from KSL executives, employees, and the public is Baht 1,048,008.75.

15 December 2006, Energy Minister Dr. Piyasvasti Amranand, his team. and the press visited Khon Kaen Alcohol Plant and Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant in Nampong District, Khon Kaen Province. Mr. Pornsin Thaemsirichai, Khon Kan Alcohol and Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Managing Director, welcomed the visitors. There were brief presentations on ethanol production from molasses, organic fertilizer production from waste water, and electricity generation: renewable energy.

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In 2006, the Company and its subsidiaries had the following accounting transactions present among related parties in which the same shareholders/directors involved: 1. Molasses trade by the Company and its subsidiaries with Thai Fermentation Co., Ltd.: The main transactions shown in the financial statements are: 1.1 Income from selling molasses to Thai Fermentation Co., Ltd. amounted to THB 194.719. 1.2 Advance payment made by Thai Fermentation Co., Ltd. to the Company and its subsidiaries for molasses purchase amounted to THB 95.345. Thai Fermentation Co., Ltd. is a related company, which is a joint venture between the Companyûs major shareholders and a Taiwanese firm. It manufactures MSG from molasses and/or cassava starch. The prices of the two raw materials determine their usage in the manufacturing. The Company sells molasses to Thai Fermentation Co., Ltd. at the same prices as it does to outsiders. This may be seen from the Advance payment. Thai Fermentation Co., Ltd. is a joint venture where the number of shares held by the Companyûs major shareholders is smaller than those of the Company held by major shareholders. Therefore, it is not reasonable for the major shareholders to determine unfair prices for the benefit of Thai Fermentation Co., Ltd. The Audit Committee agreed that such transactions benefited the Company. The molasses customer base expanded. The advance payment benefited the Companyûs financial situation. The transactions were considered as the Companyûs normal business transactions. 2. Related transactions between Ban Pong Intertrade Limited and Savannakhet Sugar Corporation (Laos): The main transactions shown in the financial statements are: 2.1 Receivables: share subscription, the amount owed to Savannakhet Sugar Corporation (Laos) by Ban Pong Intertrade Limited, total THB 12.842 million. 2.2 Savannakhet Sugar Corporation paid pre-operating expense to Ban Pong Intertrade Limited at the amount of THB 8.428 million.

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Ban Pong Intertrade Limited is a related company. With 20-percent holding, it has undertaken a joint venture with Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. in the sugarcane plantation and sugar mill project in Laos, which is operated by Savanakhet Sugar Corporation. Ban Pong Intertrade Limited initiated the project. The pre-operating expense amounting to THB 8.428 million was paid by Ban Pong Intertrade Limited. After Savannakhet Sugar Corporation was established, the expense was paid back. Currently, Savannakhet Sugar Corporation is in process for call for share subscription. The amount owed by Ban Pong Intertrade Limited as share subscription receivables: totals THB 12.842 million. Some portion of receivable is expected to be deducted from machinery purchase after the machinery purchasing agreement is made in the future.


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Except for the relationship in the joint venture, the Company and its shareholders are not related to Ban Pong Intertrade Limited and its shareholders. The Audit Committee audited the transaction and agreed that the transaction of pre-operating expense was appropriate. It recommended that for share subscription receivables, the company should ask for the interest at the market rate. 3. Related transactions between Prachaup Industry Co., Ltd. and the companyûs subsidiaries (KSL Export Trading Co., Ltd. and Thai Sugar Terminal Plc.) The main transactions shown in the financial statements are: 3.1 KSL Export Trading Co., Ltd. (subsidiary) provided an short-term loan during the period for Prachaup Industry Co., Ltd. amounting to THB 408.937 million and Prachaup paid back during the period amounting to THB 385.697 million. 3.2 Prachaup Industry Co., Ltd. paid rent and services to Thai Sugar Terminal Public Company Limited (subsidiary) amounting to THB 8.428 million. Thailandûs sugar export regulation requires that sugar export be done through export agents, providing export related services including short-term loan financing to members. The KSL Group, hence, established KSL Export Trading Co., Ltd. for its own export activities with 4 sugar mills of the Company and its subsidiaries, and Prachaup Industry Co., Ltd. as members. Providing short-term loans during the period, amounting to THB 408.94 million, as a packing credit, is the loan of KSL Export Trading Co.,Ltd. from the bank to Prachaup Industry Co.,Ltd. This is a normal business of sugar export agent. The purpose of this short term loans is to provide a working capital to members by securing with the membersû sugar. As of October 2006, Prachaup Industry Co.,Ltd. have the loan outstanding at THB 153 million, THB 76.89 million as working capital and THB 76.28 million as a loan (with the principal on 1998 at THB 93.28 million) due for repayment by 2015 and creditors withhold the right to change the period of payment annually. The transaction between Prachaup Industry Co., Ltd. and Thai Sugar Terminal Public Company Limited (subsidiary) is a normal business for the use of exporting through the port of Thai Sugar Terminal Public Company Limited. The Companyûs major shareholders do not hold any shares of Prachaup Industry Co., Ltd. 21.68 percent of the shares of KSL Export Trading Co., Ltd. is held by Prachaup Industry Co., Ltd. 9.04 percent of the shares of Thai Sugar Terminal Plc. is held by Prachaup Industry Co., Ltd. The Audit Committee audited the transactions and agreed that an short-term loan during the period and rent and service transaction were normal business of export agents and a port operator. The transactions were approved.

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4. Related transactions between KSL Real Estate Co., Ltd. and Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. The main transactions shown in the financial statements are: 4.1 Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. provided short-term loans for KSL Real Estate Co., Ltd. (subsidiary) amounting to THB 13.60 million. Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. holds 80.31 percent of the shares of KSL Real Estate Co., Ltd. During the year, KSL Real Estate Co., Ltd. accepted 3 additional loans (THB 2 million in April 2006, THB 2.6 million in June 2006, and THB 4 million in October 2006) amounting to THB 8.6 million. The amount of THB 400,000 was paid back. KSL Real Estate Co., Ltd. has the amount outstanding loan of THB 13.6 million at the end of period. This additional short-term loans were used for building seminar rooms and additional rooms to accommodate the KSL Groupûs training. Part of them was also used as working capital. The Company gave the financial support at the percentage of the amount which Real Estate Co.,Ltd asked for, which is in line with the percentage of its shares held by the Company. The Audit Committee audited and approved the transaction, as it was investment to facilitate the KSL Groupûs training which is part of corporate improvement and growth. The Company calculates the interest rate at the market rate. 5. Related transactions between the management of the Company and Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. The main transactions shown in the financial statements are: 5.1 Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. provided advance payments to the management of the Company amounting to THB 14.29 million. The advance payments provided to the management of the Company amounting to THB 13.17 million were used in the operations of Koh Kong Plantation Co., Ltd. and Koh Kong Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. venture. On 28 July 2006, the Board of Directors approved the 50-percent holding of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. The two companies are currently in process of capital increase, which is expected to be completed by January 2007. During the process, for smooth operations and achievement, Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. provided the advance payments for the project. In accounting, the advance payments are realized as advance payments to the management. After the registration, the amount will be deducted from the value of shares to be paid by the Company. The amount of approximately THB1.12 million remaining was advance payments provided for the management of the subsidiaries to cover general expenses in their operations: sugarcane plantation of Savannakhet Sugar Corporation and KSL Agro Co., Ltd. The Audit Committee audited and approved the transaction, as it was parts of investment approved by the Companyûs Board of Directors and part of regular business operations.

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Policy of Related Transactions

1. Necessity and reasonable of related parties transaction Transactions between the company and its subsidiaries with its related parties are inline with normal business operation as well as normal trade conditions. Trade conditions and prices rely on the market prices or fair prices which can compare to the transactions with the outsiders to ensure that company and its subsidiaries can maximize the benefits.

2. Procedures to authorize related-party transactions Managing Director has the authority to approve the related-party transaction under practices of normal business operation and trade conditions which shall be carried out along the Securities and Exchange Act as well as the announcement, rules and regulations by SET. All transactions that involve related parties must be also consistent with the standard of Thai generally accepted accounting principles regarding the disclosure of related-transactions or the acquisition and deposition of the significant assets of the company and subsidiaries. The transactions that involve any interest person who may constitute the conflicts of benefits or the potential conflicts of interest must receive approval from Board of Directors attended by the Audit Committee regarding the comments on the necessity and appropriateness of the transactions. The directors with conflict of interests have no right to vote on the transactions If the Audit Committee is not expertise on scrutinize the related-party transactions, the company will assign the independent expertise or the company auditor to comment on the transactions for support the decision by the Boards or shareholders. The company will disclose the related-party transactions in the notes to financial statements reviewed by the companyûs auditor.

3. Future trend connected transaction The Company will strictly comply with the regulations of the Stock Exchange of Thailand or any other regulatory authorities with regard to connected transactions concerning persons/parties with conflict of interest in the future for the maximum benefit of all shareholders.

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Financial

Condition and Operating Results The corporate accounting period begins on November 1 and ends on October 31 in the next year. 

Review Report of Independent Auditor

1) Auditor Year 2004 Miss Susan Eiamvanicha

Certified Public Accountant Registration No. 4306 Sam Nak-Ngan A.M.C. Co., Ltd. Year 2005 Miss Praphasri Leelasupha Certified Public Accountant Registration No. 4664 Sam Nak-Ngan A.M.C. Co., Ltd. Year 2006 Miss Praphasri Leelasupha Certified Public Accountant Registration No. 4664 Sam Nak-Ngan A.M.C. Co., Ltd. 2) Summary of the audit report over the past three years Year 2004 The Auditor reviewed corporate financial statements. Unqualified opinions and comments are as follows: The financial statements as of October 31, 2003 shown for comparison were audited by another auditor from the same firm. Qualified opinions on the income statements that relating to non-observation of the inventory counting in the end of the year 2002 amounting to Baht 383.84 million was given, as at that time the current auditor had not yet been appointed as the corporate auditor. Year 2005 The Auditor reviewed corporate financial statements. Unqualified opinions and comments are as follows: The financial statements as of October 31, 2004 shown for comparison were audited by another auditor from the same firm. Qualified opinions relating to non-observation of the inventory counting as at the end of the year 2002. Year 2006 The Auditor reviewed corporate financial statements as unqualified opinions. 

Percentage of Shareholding in the Subsidiaries and Consolidated Financial Statements Preparation Criteria (Refer to the attached financial statements for detail.)

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The 2004 financial statements as of October 31, 2004 and the 2005 financial statements as of October 31, 2005 included nine subsidiaries while the 2006 financial statements as of October 31, 2006 included eleven subsidiaries as shown in the following tables:


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6,499 4,870 550 40 1,038 109 213 36 679 0.44 25.10% 10.40%

5,532 4,167 538 41 786 42 194 55 495 0.34 24.70% 8.90%

17% 17% 2% -2% 32% 159% 10% -34% 37% 29% -

6,057 4,487 626 34 911 39 167 112 593 0.52 25.90% 9.80%


Table 1 : Percentage of Shareholding in Subsidiaries Percentage of Shareholding 2004 2005 2006 23.82 23.82 23.82 88.82 88.82 90.21 91.06 91.06 91.06 96.85 96.85 96.85 80.31 80.31 80.31 78.32 78.32 78.32 51.00 51.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 80.00

Thai Sugar Terminal Plc. Tamaka Sugar Industry Co.,Ltd. New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co.,Ltd. New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co.,Ltd. KSL Real Estate Co.,Ltd. KSL Export Trading Co.,Ltd. KS LAXMI Co.,Ltd. Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Co.,Ltd. Khon Kaen Alcohol Co.,Ltd. KSL Agro Co.,Ltd. Savannakhet Sugar Corporation

NOTE : (1) Although the Company only has 23.82 percent shareholding in Thai Sugar Terminal Public Company Limited, the Company has controlling power in that particular company. Thai Sugar Terminal Public Company Limited is, therefore, considered a corporate subsidiary. (2) On January 29, 2004 the Company had a change of its shareholding structure to clarify its investment structure by acquiring shareholding in three sugar manufacturers as follows: 1. Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. 88.82 percent shareholding 2. New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. 91.06 percent shareholding 3. New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. 96.85 percent shareholding After the structural change, those companies became the Companyûs subsidiaries. Also, the change of the KSL Groupûs structure made other companies in the group become the Companyûs subsidiaries. Consequently, the 2003 consolidated financial statements could not be compared to the 2004 and 2005 operating results and financial position. 

Income Statements

In 2006, the Company and its subsidiary generated revenue from their operations amounted to THB 6,499 million, increasing from that in the previous year by 17 percent. The operating costs amounted to THB 4,870 million, decreasing from that in the previous year by 17 percent. Selling and administrative expenses amounted to THB 550 million, 2 percent increase from the previous year. The corporate income tax amounted to THB 213 million, 10 percent increase from the previous year. The net profit increased by 37 percent from THB 495 million in 2005 to THB 679 million in 2006. Table 2 : Consolidated Profit and Loss in year 2004, 2005, 2006 INCOME STATEMENT HIGHLIGHT (M THB)

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2004

6,499 4,870 550 40 1,038 109 213 36 679 0.44 25.10% 10.40%

5,532 4,167 538 41 786 42 194 55 495 0.34 24.70% 8.90%

17% 17% 2% -2% 32% 159% 10% -34% 37% 29% -

6,057 4,487 626 34 911 39 167 112 593 0.52 25.90% 9.80%

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Revenue COGS SG & A Director Remuneration Profit before Interest & Tax Interes Tax Minority and others Net Profit EPS Gross Margin Net Profit Margin

2006


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2549 (≈â“π∫“∑) 2548 (≈â“π∫“∑) %‡ª≈’¬Ë π·ª≈ß 2547 (≈â“π∫“∑)

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6,086 5,081 317 591 97 36 25 176 57 0 118 6,499

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5,213 94% 4,717 85% 340 6%

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(≈â“π∫“∑)

(µ—π/≈‘µ√)

(∫“∑/µ—π)

(≈â“π∫“∑)

365,356 91,074 456,430 25,567,520 128,480

13,906 3,483 11,826 22.99 25.77

5,081 317 5,398 588 3

436,455 175,907 612,362 -

10,807 1,933 8,258 -

4,717 340 5,057 -

582,294 251,618 833,911 -

8,966 641 6,454 -

5,221 161 5,382 -

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4,067,331

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5,051,571

399,046 185,513

425,612 187,396

-6% -1%

548,005 230,182


In terms of the Companyûs revenue structure, in 2006 revenue from sales of sugar and molasses amounted to THB 5,398 million, representing 83 percent of the total revenue. Revenue from sales of ethanol and gasoline amounted to THB 591 million, representing 9 percent of the total revenue. Other revenues were generated from services, renting, non-firm electricity sales, gasoline sold to sugarcane farmers (trading), sugarcane harvesting, fertilizer sold to sugarcane farmers (trading), and other sources such as interest income and miscellaneous incomes. Table 3 : Consolidated Revenue Structure in 2006, 2005, 2004 REVENUES STRUCTURE Sales and Services Sugar Sales Molasse Sales Ethanol and Benzene Sale Service and Other Rental Income Revenue from Sales of Electricity Revenue from Fuel oil & cane Harvesting Fertilizer Sales Gain on Sales of Assets Other Incomes Total Revenue

2006 (M THB) 2005 (M THB) 6,086 5,081 317 591 97 36 25 176 57 0 118 6,499

94% 78% 5% 9% 1% 1% 0% 3% 1% 0% 2% 100%

% Change

2004 (M THB)

5,213 94% 4,717 85% 340 6%

17% 8% -7%

5,573 92% 5,221 86% 201 3%

145 33 34 107 46 0 99 5,532

33% 10% -25% 65% 22%

140 32 2 133 15 121 180 6,057

3% 1% 1% 2% 1% 0% 2% 100%

20% 17%

2% 1% 0% 2% 0% 2% 3% 100%

The Companyûs main revenues in 2006 were from sales of sugar, molasses, and ethanol. Compared to revenue structure in 2005, revenues generated by sales of sugar increased by 8 percent. The sales totaling 436,455 tons in 2005 were higher than the sales totaling 365,356 tons in 2006. The decrease was due to the buyersû slowdown in taking the shipment of sugar. The selling price per ton of sugar ton increased from THB 10,807 per ton to THB 13,906 per ton. Consequently, revenues generated by sales of sugar increased by 8 percent. Revenues generated by sales of molasses decreased by 7 percent due to a decrease in sales of molasses. Some of the molasses manufactured were used in ethanol production. In 2006, sales of ethanol totaled 25.6 million liters amounting to THB 588 million. Table 4 : Sales and Sale Volumes from Sugar and Molasses Sale Volume & Price Sugar Molasses Total Ethanol Benzene

Volume

2006 Avg. Price

Value

Volume

2005 Avg. Price

Value

Volume

2004 Avg. Price

Value

(Tons/Litre)

(THB/Unit)

(M THB)

(Tons/Litre)

(THB/Unit)

(M THB)

(Tons/Litre)

(THB/Unit)

(M THB)

365,356 91,074 456,430 25,567,520 128,480

13,906 3,483 11,826 22.99 25.77

5,081 317 5,398 588 3

436,455 175,907 612,362 -

10,807 1,933 8,258 -

4,717 340 5,057 -

582,294 251,618 833,911 -

8,966 641 6,454 -

5,221 161 5,382 -

Production (Tons) Cane Crushed Sugar Production ë Sugar ë Molasses

2006

2005

% Change

2004

4,012,292

4,067,331

-1%

5,051,571

399,046 185,513

425,612 187,396

-6% -1%

548,005 230,182

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Table 5 : Amount of Cane Crushed, Sugar and Molasses Produced


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2Q49 1,646 (1,189) 457 179 (83) 96

2549 3Q49 1,750 (1,477) 273 44 (25) 20

(27) (35) (87) (16) (166) 345 (4) (88) 253 (9) 244 38% 21% 86,068 12,032 20,277 2,988 2.19 18.70

(30) (36) (61) (8) (135) 419 (33) (103) 282 (18) 264 28% 16% 99,844 14,054 21,218 3,497 7.36 19.94

(29) (31) (70) (8) (139) 154 (42) (5) 107 (6) 101 16% 6% 96,895 14,785 19,156 3,692 8.69 24.72

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4Q49 1,534 (1,297) 237 54 (20) 34

√«¡ 6,086 (4,681) 1,405 413 (189) 224

1Q48 918 (454) 464 109 (52) 57

(29) (32) (83) (8) (151) 120 (30) (17) 73 (3) 70 15% 5% 82,549 14,649 30,423 3,671 7.32 25.30

(115) (134) (301) (40) (591) 1,038 (109) (213) 715 (36) 679 23% 11% 365,356 13,906 91,074 3,483 25.57 22.99

(27) (35) (85) (8) (155) 365 (6) (96) 264 (17) 247 51% 27% 81,483 10,434 38,351 993

2Q48 1,496 (1,178) 318 111 (33) 78

2548 3Q47 1,576 (1,319) 257 51 (23) 29

% 4Q48 1,223 (1,094) 129 47 (14) 34

√«¡ 5,213 (4,046) 1,168 319 (122) 197

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(45) (31) (66) (7) (149) 246 (16) (55) 175 (18) 157 21% 10% 124,660 10,734 57,252 2,002

(44) (26) (70) (7) (147) 139 (14) (39) 86 (12) 74 16% 5% 131,277 10,857 47,672 2,188

(39) (27) (55) (7) (128) 35 (6) (4) 25 (7) 18 11% 1% 99,036 11,141 32,632 2,545

(155) (119) (264) (41) (579) 786 (42) (194) 550 (55) 495 22% 9% 436,455 10,807 175,907 1,933

-26% 13% 14% -2% -2% 32% 159% 10% 30% -34% 37% 3% 17% -16% 29% -48% 80%

17% 16% 20% 29% 55% 13%


The total amounts of sugarcane crushed in 2006 and 2005 were close. They were lower than that in 2005 due to droughts. In 2006, the quality of crushed sugarcane was not relatively good. In addition, some of the cane juice was used in ethanol production. The Company, thus, produced 6 percent less sugar, a decrease from 425,612 tons to 399,046 tons. The amount of molasses produced in 2006 was close to that in 2005. To facilitate analysis and calculation of the corporate income ratio (revenues from sale of sugar and molasses, and services), the income statement was presented in a new format, shown in Table 6, indicating quarterly income statements, yearly income statements, and gross margin. In the first and second quarters, the Company had relatively high net profit as the cost of inventory of molasses was realized at the average selling price. In the third and fourth quarters of 2006, the Company had relatively high net profit compared to that in 2005, due to that the corporate ethanol business performed almost stable quarterly operating results. As a result, in the third and fourth quarters of 2006 when operating results of the ethanol business were included, the Company had higher net profit than that in 2005 when operating results of the ethanol business were not included. The gross profit margin in 2004 was 23.08 percent, increasing compared to a 22.40 percent gross margin in 2005. The sugar business had 20.95 percent gross profit margin close to 21.09 percent in 2005. The ethanol business had 39.09 percent gross profit margin. There was a significant decrease in gross profit margin in the service segment, from 68.27 percent in 2005 to 47.95 in 2006. Revenue in the service segment was generated from exporting and port services which had high fixed costs. Decreased amount of sugar produced and exported resulted in decreased gross margin in the service segment.

Table 6 : Consolidate income statement in new format for calculating financial ratio 2Q06 1,646 (1,189) 457 179 (83) 96

2006 3Q06 1,750 (1,477) 273 44 (25) 20

4Q06 1,534 (1,297) 237 54 (20) 34

SUM 6,086 (4,681) 1,405 413 (189) 224

1Q05 918 (454) 464 109 (52) 57

2Q05 1,496 (1,178) 318 111 (33) 78

2005 3Q05 1,576 (1,319) 257 51 (23) 29

4Q05 1,223 (1,094) 129 47 (14) 34

SUM 5,213 (4,046) 1,168 319 (122) 197

% Change 17% 16% 20% 29% 55% 13%

Sales & Service Cost of sales & Service Gross Profit Other Incomes Other Costs Difference SG&A Selling Expense Proceed to Stabilization Fund Administrative Expensense Directorsû Remuneration Total Profit Before Interest Taxes Interest Tax Profit Minority & Others Net Profit Gross Margin Net Profit Margin Volume of Sugar (Tons) Price of Sugar (THB/Ton) Volume of Molasses (Tons) Price of Molasses (THB/Ton) Volume of Ethanol (M Litre) Price of Ethanol (THB/Litre)

(27) (35) (87) (16) (166) 345 (4) (88) 253 (9) 244 38% 21% 86,068 12,032 20,277 2,988 2.19 18.70

(30) (36) (61) (8) (135) 419 (33) (103) 282 (18) 264 28% 16% 99,844 14,054 21,218 3,497 7.36 19.94

(29) (31) (70) (8) (139) 154 (42) (5) 107 (6) 101 16% 6% 96,895 14,785 19,156 3,692 8.69 24.72

(29) (32) (83) (8) (151) 120 (30) (17) 73 (3) 70 15% 5% 82,549 14,649 30,423 3,671 7.32 25.30

(115) (134) (301) (40) (591) 1,038 (109) (213) 715 (36) 679 23% 11% 365,356 13,906 91,074 3,483 25.57 22.99

(27) (35) (85) (8) (155) 365 (6) (96) 264 (17) 247 51% 27% 81,483 10,434 38,351 993

(45) (31) (66) (7) (149) 246 (16) (55) 175 (18) 157 21% 10% 124,660 10,734 57,252 2,002

(44) (26) (70) (7) (147) 139 (14) (39) 86 (12) 74 16% 5% 131,277 10,857 47,672 2,188

(39) (27) (55) (7) (128) 35 (6) (4) 25 (7) 18 11% 1% 99,036 11,141 32,632 2,545

(155) (119) (264) (41) (579) 786 (42) (194) 550 (55) 495 22% 9% 436,455 10,807 175,907 1,933

-26% 13% 14% -2% -2% 32% 159% 10% 30% -34% 37% 3% 17% -16% 29% -48% 80%

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1Q06 1,156 (718) 438 135 (61) 73

INCOME STATEMENT


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550 115 134 301

538 155 119 264

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12 (40) 15 37

626 195 105 326

„π à«π¢Õß§à“„™â®à“¬„π°“√¢“¬·≈–∫√‘À“√ ®–ª√–°Õ∫¥â«¬ 3  à«πÀ≈—° §◊Õ 1. §à“„™â®à“¬„π°“√¢“¬ ´÷Ë߉¥â·°à §à“¢π àß §à“„™â®à“¬„π°“√ àßÕÕ° ‚¥¬„πªï 2549 ‡∑’¬∫°—∫ ªï 2548 §à“„™â®à“¬„π°“√¢“¬≈¥≈ß√âÕ¬≈– 26 ‡π◊ËÕß¡“®“°ª√‘¡“≥πÈ”µ“≈·≈–°“°πÈ”µ“≈≈¥≈ß 2. ‡ß‘π à߇¢â“°Õß∑ÿπ „π à«π¢Õß à«πµà“ß®“°°“√ª√—∫√“§“πÈ”µ“≈ ®“°°“√∑’Ë·µà‡¥‘¡√“§“ §«∫§ÿ¡‡ªìπ√“§“∑’Ë√«¡¿“…’¡Ÿ≈§à“‡æ‘Ë¡ ·µàªí®®ÿ∫—π√“§“§«∫§ÿ¡‡ªìπ√“§“∑’ˉ¡à√«¡¿“…’¡Ÿ≈§à“‡æ‘Ë¡ ¡µ‘§≥–√—∞¡πµ√’®÷ß„Àâπ” à«πµà“ß∑’ˉ¥â‡æ‘Ë¡¢÷Èπ à߇¢â“‰ª„Àâ°—∫°Õß∑ÿπÕâÕ¬·≈–πÈ”µ“≈ ¥—ßπ—Èπ§à“ „™â®à“¬ à«πÀπ÷Ëß®–¢÷ÈπÕ¬Ÿà°—∫ª√‘¡“≥°“√®”Àπà“¬πÈ”µ“≈¿“¬„πª√–‡∑» ´÷Ë߇æ‘Ë¡¢÷Èπ®“°ªï∑’˺à“π¡“ ‡π◊ËÕß®“°°“√®—¥ √√‚§«µ“°“√®”Àπà“¬πÈ”µ“≈¿“¬„π¢Õߪ√–‡∑»‡æ‘Ë¡¢÷Èπ (®“°‚§«µ“ ° ∑—Ë«ª√–‡∑» 2 ≈â“πµ—π „πªï 2548 ‡ªìπ 2.2 ≈â“πµ—π„πªï 2549) 3. §à“„™â®à“¬„π°“√∫√‘À“√‡æ‘Ë¡¢÷Èπª√–¡“≥√âÕ¬≈– 14  ◊∫‡π◊ËÕß¡“®“°„πªï 2548 ¡’°“√ ≈ß∑ÿπ„π‚§√ß°“√µà“ßÊ ‡æ‘Ë¡¢÷Èπ ®–∑”„Àâ¡’°“√«à“®â“ß∫ÿ§≈“°√‡æ‘Ë¡¢÷Èπ „π à«π¢Õߥհ‡∫’Ȭ·≈–¿“…’π—Èπ  ◊∫‡π◊ËÕß®“°Õ—µ√“¥Õ°‡∫’Ȭ∑’Ë Ÿß¢÷Èπ‡¡◊ËÕ‡∑’¬∫°—∫ªï∑’˺à“π¡“ ·≈–„πªï 2549 ∫√‘…—∑¡’ ‘π§â“§ß‡À≈◊ÕπÈ”µ“≈Õ¬Ÿà„πª√‘¡“≥¡“°  àߺ≈°√–· ‡ß‘π ¥√—∫®“°°“√¢“¬ πÈ”µ“≈≈¥≈ß ∑”„ÀâÀπ’ȇߑπ°Ÿâ√–¬– —Èπ∑’Ë„™â ”À√—∫‡ªìπ‡ß‘π∑ÿπÀ¡ÿπ‡«’¬π„π∏ÿ√°‘®πÈ”µ“≈ Ÿß¢÷Èπ  àߺ≈ „Àâ∫√‘…—∑¡’¿“√–¥Õ°‡∫’Ȭ Ÿß¢÷Èπ ®“° 42 ≈â“π∫“∑„πªï 2548 ‡ªìπ 109 ≈â“π∫“∑„πªï 2549  à«π„π ‡√◊ËÕß¿“…’ π—Èπ®–‡ÀÁπ‰¥â«à“§à“„™â®à“¬¿“…’ Ÿß¢÷Èπ ‡π◊ËÕß®“°∫√‘…—∑¡’º≈ª√–°Õ∫°“√∑’Ë¥’¢÷Èπ‡¡◊ËÕ‡∑’¬∫°—∫ ªï∑’˺à“π¡“ ‚¥¬Õ—µ√“°“√‡ ’¬¿“…’¢Õß∫√‘…—∑Õ¬Ÿà∑’Ë√âÕ¬≈– 23 „πªï 2549 ≈¥≈߇¡◊ËÕ‡∑’¬∫°—∫ªï 2548 Õ—µ√“¿“…’Õ¬Ÿà∑’Ë√âÕ¬≈– 26 ‡π◊ËÕß®“° º≈ª√–°Õ∫°“√®“°∏ÿ√°‘®‡Õ∑“πÕ≈ ‰¥â√—∫°“√¬°‡«âπ¿“…’ ‡ß‘π‰¥â𑵑∫ÿ§§≈‡ªìπ‡«≈“ 8 ªï 

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µ“√“ß∑’Ë 8 : √ÿªß∫¥ÿ≈¢Õß∫√‘…—∑ ‡ª√’¬∫‡∑’¬∫ªï 2549, 2548, 2547 ß∫¥ÿ≈‚¥¬ √ÿª (≈â“π∫“∑) ‡ß‘π ¥·≈–‡∑’¬∫‡∑à“  ‘π§â“§ß‡À≈◊Õ ∑√—æ¬å ‘π∂“«√ ÿ∑∏‘ √«¡ ‘π∑√—æ¬å Àπ’È ‘πÀ¡ÿπ‡«’¬π √«¡Àπ’È ‘π∑—ÈßÀ¡¥ √«¡ à«π¢ÕߺŸâ∂◊ÕÀÿâπ ¡Ÿ≈§à“µ“¡∫—≠™’µàÕÀÿâπ Õ—µ√“ à«πÀπ’È ‘πµàÕ∑ÿπ

2549

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152 1,769 7,153 10,846 2,478 3,327 7,518 4.14 0.46

162 874 5,804 8,620 1,195 1,380 7,240 3.96 0.19

-6% 102% 23% 26% 107% 141% -1% 4% 132%

332 653 5,367 7,957 1,361 1,565 6,392 3.43 0.24


Table 7 : Selling, General and Administrative Expenses

SG&A Selling Expense Proceed to Stabilization Funds Administrative Expense

2006 M THB

2005 M THB

550 115 134 301

538 155 119 264

Change % M THB 2% -26% 13% 14%

2004 M THB

12 (40) 15 37

626 195 105 326

The corporate selling and administrative expenses consists of three main parts: 1. Selling expenses included transport and exporting expenses. In 2006, selling expenses decreased by 26 percent from those in 2005 due to decrease in amounts of sugar and molasses produced. 2. Proceed to Stabilization Funds was collected from the change in regulation of sugar price, originally, controlled prices of sugar included VAT to the controlled prices of sugar not included VAT. The difference in this sugar price is required by cabinet to contribute to Stabilization Fund. Therefore, part of the expenses depends on domestic sugar sale which increased from that in the previous year due to that domestic sugar quota had increased (from Quota A at 2 million tons in 2005 to 2.2 million tons of sugar in 2006) 3. Administrative expenses increased by 14 percent because the investment projects on 2006 required more personnel. Regarding interests and taxes, interest rates increased compared to the previous year. In 2006, the Company had a large inventory of sugar resulting in decrease in cash inflow from sale of sugar and increase in short term loan used as working capital in the sugar business segment. The interest bearing debt in 2005 was Baht 42 million. It reached Baht 109 million in 2006. Tax expenses increased due to the Companyûs better operating results compared to those in the previous year. The Company paid 23 percent tax in 2006, a decrease from 26 percent in 2005, as there is an 8-year exemption of corporate income tax for ethanol production. 

Balance Sheet

Table 8 : Balance Sheet of the Company in 2006, 2005, 2004 2006

2005

% Change

2004

Cash & Cash Equivalent Inventories Net PP&E Total Asset Current Liabilities Total Liabilities Total Shareholderûs Equity Book Value per Share D/E Ratio

152 1,769 7,153 10,846 2,478 3,327 7,518 4.14 0.46

162 912 5,837 8,620 1,195 1,380 7,240 3.96 0.19

-6% 102% 23% 26% 107% 141% -1% 4% 132%

332 653 5,367 7,957 1,361 1,565 6,392 3.43 0.24

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2549

2548

% ‡ª≈’ˬπ·ª≈ß

2547

944 (833) 111 (1,708) (1,484) (1,283) (88) 176

712 (269) 443 (816) (1,019) 393 (183) 264

33% 210% -75% 109% 46% 226% -52% -33%

749 344 1,094 (408) (34) (753) 306 451

„πªï 2549 ∫√‘…—∑‰¥â√—∫°√–· ‡ß‘π ¥®“°°‘®°√√¡°“√¥”‡π‘πß“π°àÕπ°“√‡ª≈’ˬπ·ª≈ß „π ‘π∑√—æ¬å·≈–Àπ’È ‘𥔇π‘πß“π‡¢â“¡“∑—Èß ‘Èπ 944 ≈â“π∫“∑ Õ¬à“߉√°Áµ“¡  ◊∫‡π◊ËÕß¡’πÈ”µ“≈ §ß‡À≈◊Õ„π§≈—ß ‘π§â“®”π«π¡“°  àߺ≈„Àâ‡ß‘π à«πÀπ÷Ëß∂Ÿ°π”‰ª‡ªìπ‡ß‘π∑ÿπÀ¡ÿπ‡«’¬π  àߺ≈„Àâ °√–· ‡ß‘π ¥®“°°‘®°√√¡°“√¥”‡π‘πß“π §ß‡À≈◊Õ∑’Ë 111 ≈â“π∫“∑ ∫√‘…—∑¡’°“√®à“¬‡ß‘π ¥®“°°‘®°√√¡°“√≈ß∑ÿπ∑—ÈßÀ¡¥ 1,484 ≈â“π∫“∑ ‚¥¬ 1,708 ≈â“π∫“∑ ‡ªìπ°“√≈ß∑ÿπ„π∑’Ë¥‘π Õ“§“√ ‡§√◊ËÕß®—°√ ´÷Ëߪ√–°Õ∫¥â«¬√“¬°“√∑’Ë ”§—≠§◊Õ ≈ß∑ÿπ„π‡§√◊ËÕß®—°√ ‚√߉øøÑ“ ‡§√◊ËÕß®—°√‡Õ∑“πÕ≈ ∑’Ë¥‘π ”À√—∫°“√‡æ“–ª≈Ÿ°ÕâÕ¬ ·≈–≈ß∑ÿπ„π°‘®°“√‚√ßß“π·ªÑß “≈’ ¢Õß∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬ ‰∑¬™Ÿ°“√å‡∑Õ√å¡‘‡π‘È≈ ®”°—¥ (¡À“™π) „π°‘®°√√¡°“√®—¥À“‡ß‘π „πªï 2549 ∫√‘…—∑‰¥â√—∫‡ß‘π ¥ ÿ∑∏‘¡“∑—ÈßÀ¡¥ 1,283 ≈â“π∫“∑ ´÷Ëß¡“®“°°“√°Ÿâ‡ß‘π√–¬– —Èπ ·≈–°“√°Ÿâ‡ß‘π√–¬–¬“« ·≈– à«πÀπ÷Ëß¡’°“√®à“¬‡ß‘π ¥ÕÕ° ‡ªìπ‡ß‘π ªíπº≈„π∫√‘…—∑„À≠à ·≈–‡ß‘πªíπº≈®à“¬„Àâ°—∫ºŸâ∂◊ÕÀÿâπ à«ππâÕ¬


In 2006, the Company and its subsidiaries had the total asset of THB 10,846 million. Current assets totaled THB 2,918 million. Non-current assets totaled THB 7,928 million. Inventory, part of the current assets, increased from THB 912 million to THB 1,834 million, due to the buyersû slowdown in taking the shipment of sugar. Thus, there is an increase in the inventory of sugar. Most of the inventory of sugar was sold with agreements, and deliveries were awaited. According to the company policy concerning the revenue recognized, the company records the revenue after sugar are delivered. Consequently, the sales of sugar appeared lower while inventory appeared higher. The non-current assets are mostly lands, buildings, and machine equipments (PP&E). The net PP&E in 2006 was THB 7,151 million, an increase from THB 5,837 million in 2005. This was because there was increasing investment in 2006 amounting to THB 1,708 million. In 2006, liabilities totaled THB 3,327 million. Shareholdersû equity amounted to THB 7,518 million. D/E ratio equaled 0.44. At the end of 2006, the Company and its subsidiaries had the total inventory of THB 1,834 million: 113,453 tons of sugar, 34,766 tons of molasses, and 360,150 liters of ethanol. In 2005, the Company and its subsidiaries had the total inventory of THB 912 million: 79,774 tons of sugar and 28,304 tons of molasses. 

Cash Flow

Table 9 : Cash Flow of the Company in 2006, 2005, 2004 CASH FLOW HIGHLIGHT (Million THB)

2006

2005

% Change

2004

Net Profit + Depre. + Non Cash Change in Working Capital From Opeating Activities Invest in PP&E From Investing Activities From Financing Activities Change in Cash Flow Ending Cash

944 (833) 111 (1,708) (1,484) (1,283) (88) 176

712 (269) 443 (816) (1,019) 393 (183) 264

33% 210% -75% 109% 46% 226% -52% -33%

749 344 1,094 (408) (34) (753) 306 451

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In 2006, the Company had cash flow from operating activities before change in working capital (operating assets and liabilities) totaled THB 944 million. Since there was a large amount of inventory of sugar, an amount of working cost needed to be set aside. Net operating cash flow remaining amounted to THB 111 million. Cash paid in investment activities totaled THB 1,484 million. An amount of THB 1,708 million was invested in lands, buildings, and machinery. Important activities were investing in the machinery of the power plant and ethanol plant, purchasing lands for sugarcane farming, and investing in wheat flourmill operations of the subsidiary of Thai Sugar Terminal Public Company Limited. Regarding the Companyûs financing activities, in 2006 the Company received the net cash of THB 1,283 million from short and long term loans. Some of the cash was used for dividend payments in the Company and dividend payments made to minority shareholders.


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2547

1.18 0.32 13 222

1.78 0.85 10 186

-34% -62% 34% 19%

1.47 0.81 17 133

0.46 0.12 11

0.19 0.03 20

144% 365% -46%

0.24 0.03 25

6% 9%

6% 7%

9% 39%

7% 9%

25% 16% 10%

25% 14% 9%

2% 12% 17%

26% 15% 10%

33 28 2 0.91 0.60

30 38 2 0.95 0.64

9% -26% -16% -5% -7%

37 21 3 1.13 0.76

4.14 0.44 50%

3.96 0.34 50%

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Financial Ratios

Table 10 : Financial Ratios on year 2006, 2005, 2004 FINANCIAL RATIO (Million THB) Short Term liquidity ratios Current Ratio Acid Test Ratio Collection period Days of Inventory Capital Structure and Solvency ratios D/E Ratio LTD to equity Times interest earned Return on Investment ratios ROA ROE Operating performance ratios Gross Profit Ratio Operating Profits to Sales Net Income to Sales Asset Utilization ratios Sales to cash Sales to accounts receivables Sales to inventory Sales to fixed assets Sales to total assets Market Measures Book Value per Share Earning Per Share Diviedend Payout Ratio

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1.18 0.32 13 222

1.78 0.85 10 186

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1.47 0.81 17 133

0.46 0.12 11

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144% 365% -46%

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6% 9%

6% 7%

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25% 16% 10%

25% 14% 9%

2% 12% 17%

26% 15% 10%

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4.14 0.44 50%

3.96 0.34 50%

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3.43 0.52

The financial ratios in 2006 indicate decreased liquidity and increase liabilities due to increase in inventories and investment. Compared to the previous year, the Company has decreased current ratio, increased days of inventory, increased D/E ratio, and decreased times interest earned. In terms of return on investment, the ROA is close to that in the previous year. The ROE increases from that in the previous year, as the Company has provided financial supports for its investment in forms of internal loans and loans from financial institutions rather than capital increase. Regarding operating results, the Company has gross profit margin that is close to that in the previous year. The operating profit margin increases. The Company has increased income resulting in decrease in fixed expenses in terms of SG&A against the total income. Consequently, the Companyûs operating profit margin and net profit margin increase. Audit Fees

Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Plc. was responsible for audit fees in 2006 totaled THB 890,000 million (excluding its subsidiaries).

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√«¡ ‘π∑√—æ¬å‰¡àÀ¡ÿπ‡«’¬π √«¡ ‘π∑√—æ¬å

151,704,340.18 26,771,600.00 245,751,675.54

161,609,167.65 107,091,750.00 123,794,556.37

18,972,141.69 100,226,712.06

15,460,540.86 76,413,688.97

933,897.77 76,287,826.17

1,309,401.21 41,913,158.96

153,568,480.00 147,914,627.20 1,833,811,870.85 21,273,303.48 158,845,011.02 101,258,333.06

130,048,798.61 452,781,472.00 911,528,240.27 17,136,174.39 162,353,946.95 24,111,054.19

13,600,000.00 97,909,367.00 653,462,737.37 82,826,269.16 28,538,921.16

5,521,248.61 183,158,605.00 596,918,380.48 94,087,151.67 6,142,479.88

2,918,120,965.27 2,133,677,720.60

995,536,148.44

977,715,313.88

49,070,233.58 48,974,928.76 80,589,496.79 78,926,384.05 82,500,443.97 75,864,685.57 78,675,754.53 7,151,417,492.36 5,836,518,567.57 296,020,761.06 305,370,280.79 163,118,668.21 109,182,300.55 6,836,132.28 5,159,592.30 22,108,081.40 23,511,408.43

2,895,028,197.10 53,521,150.49 55,583,573.82 2,335,546,770.47 258,610,734.14 5,185,132.28 150,623.06

2,289,252,903.29 51,702,651.20 2,188,975,098.64 269,019,734.87 5,159,592.30 2,807,233.06

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(À¡“¬‡Àµÿ 21)

(Àπ૬ : ∫“∑) ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑ 2549 2548

1,285,979,719.27 506,599,259.47 -

342,192,726.13 284,133,220.01 -

845,000,000.00 217,982,252.00 47,759,219.07

125,000,000.00 213,726,650.08 13,225,440.03

85,100,000.00 79,315,751.42 125,092,922.71 66,945,780.27 29,817,838.45 246,045,678.40 52,743,670.10

148,600,000.00 69,449,681.42 57,150,362.38 41,881,818.66 63,737,717.01 152,343,704.32 35,855,772.39

35,000,000.00 65,000,000.00 3,963,936.91 33,340,741.83 8,848,307.12 47,686,848.60 10,359,166.54

120,000,000.00 185,000,000.00 36,242,082.21 33,905,135.97 21,964,997.68 21,734,496.93 57,931,266.55 6,902,818.07

2,477,640,620.09 1,195,345,002.32 1,314,940,472.07

835,632,887.52

823,353,731.60 26,465,191.74

159,796,120.00 25,092,965.50

10,521,298.15

35,000,000.00 10,299,575.00

849,818,923.34 184,889,085.50

10,521,298.15

45,299,575.00

3,327,459,543.43 1,380,234,087.82 1,325,461,770.22

880,932,462.52

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≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 ·≈– 2548 (Àπ૬ : ∫“∑) ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑ 2549 2548

ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡ 2549 2548 à«π¢ÕߺŸâ∂◊ÕÀÿâπ ∑ÿπ‡√◊ÕπÀÿâπ ∑ÿπ®¥∑–‡∫’¬π Àÿâπ “¡—≠ 1,600,000,000 Àÿâπ ¡Ÿ≈§à“Àÿâπ≈– 1.00 ∫“∑ ∑ÿπ∑’ËÕÕ°·≈–™”√–·≈â« Àÿâπ “¡—≠ 1,550,000,000 Àÿâπ ¡Ÿ≈§à“Àÿâπ≈– 1.00 ∫“∑  à«π‡°‘π¡Ÿ≈§à“Àÿâπ  à«π‡°‘π∑ÿπ®“°°“√µ’√“§“ ‘π∑√—æ¬å‡æ‘Ë¡ ∫√‘…—∑„À≠à (À¡“¬‡Àµÿ 16)  à«π‡°‘π∑ÿπ®“°°“√µ’√“§“ ‘π∑√—æ¬å‡æ‘Ë¡ ∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬ (À¡“¬‡Àµÿ 16)  à«π‡°‘π®“°°“√ª√—∫‚§√ß √â“ß¿“¬„π°‘®°“√ ¿“¬„µâ°“√§«∫§ÿ¡‡¥’¬«°—π (À¡“¬‡Àµÿ 22)  à«π‡°‘π®“°°“√‡ª≈’ˬπ·ª≈ß —¥ à«π°“√∂◊ÕÀÿâπ„π∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬ °”‰√∑’ˬ—߉¡à‡°‘¥¢÷Èπ®“°À≈—°∑√—æ¬å‡º◊ËÕ¢“¬ º≈ – ¡®“°°“√·ª≈ߧà“ß∫°“√‡ß‘π °”‰√ – ¡ (À¡“¬‡Àµÿ 23) ®—¥ √√·≈â«  ”√Õßµ“¡°ÆÀ¡“¬ ¬—߉¡à‰¥â®—¥ √√

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1,600,000,000.00 1,600,000,000.00

1,600,000,000.00

1,600,000,000.00

1,550,000,000.00 1,550,000,000.00 1,554,617,243.34 1,554,617,243.34

1,550,000,000.00 1,554,617,243.34

1,550,000,000.00 1,554,617,243.34

964,671,731.28 1,022,371,532.28

964,671,731.28

1,022,371,532.28

144,592,337.11

149,242,152.59

144,592,337.11

149,242,152.59

1,123,932,819.26 1,239,145,226.67 16,469,779.11 2,248,510.71 2,416,667.36 1,554,901.42 -

2,248,510.71 1,554,901.42

2,416,667.36 -

90,920,000.00 534,132,469.15

121,120,000.00 934,895,835.72

90,920,000.00 534,132,469.15

6,414,103,157.95 6,142,845,291.39 1,104,084,259.11 1,096,917,558.37

5,273,700,559.58 -

4,903,700,064.72 -

121,120,000.00 934,895,835.72

7,518,187,417.06 7,239,762,849.76 5,273,700,559.58 4,903,700,064.72 10,845,646,960.49 8,619,996,937.58 6,599,162,329.80 5,784,632,527.24

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”À√—∫ªï  ‘Èπ ÿ¥«—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 ·≈– 2548

ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡ 2549 2548 √“¬‰¥â®“°°“√¥”‡π‘πß“π √“¬‰¥â®“°°“√¢“¬ ‘π§â“·≈–∫√‘°“√ √“¬‰¥â§à“‡™à“√—∫ √“¬‰¥â®“°°“√¢“¬‰øøÑ“ √“¬‰¥â®“°°“√¢“¬πÈ”¡—π·≈–µ—¥ÕâÕ¬ √“¬‰¥â®“°°“√¢“¬ªÿܬ  à«π·∫àß°”‰√®“°‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ´÷Ëß∫—π∑÷°‚¥¬«‘∏’ à«π‰¥â‡ ’¬ √“¬‰¥âÕ◊Ëπ √«¡√“¬‰¥â §à“„™â®à“¬®“°°“√¥”‡π‘πß“π µâπ∑ÿπ¢“¬ ‘π§â“·≈–∫√‘°“√ µâπ∑ÿπ¢“¬ ‘π§â“Õ◊Ëπ §à“„™â®à“¬„π°“√¢“¬·≈–∫√‘À“√ §à“µÕ∫·∑π°√√¡°“√ √«¡§à“„™â®à“¬ °”‰√°àÕπ¥Õ°‡∫’Ȭ®à“¬·≈–¿“…’‡ß‘π‰¥â𑵑∫ÿ§§≈ ¥Õ°‡∫’Ȭ®à“¬ ¿“…’‡ß‘π‰¥â𑵑∫ÿ§§≈ (À¡“¬‡Àµÿ 24) °”‰√À≈—ßÀ—°¥Õ°‡∫’Ȭ®à“¬·≈–¿“…’‡ß‘π‰¥â𑵑∫ÿ§§≈ À—° °”‰√ ÿ∑∏‘¢Õß∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬„π à«π¢Õß∫√‘…—∑„À≠à°àÕπ°“√´◊ÈÕÀÿâπ À—° °”‰√ ÿ∑∏‘¢ÕߺŸâ∂◊ÕÀÿâπ à«ππâÕ¬ °”‰√ ÿ∑∏‘¢Õß∫√‘…—∑ πÈ”µ“≈¢Õπ·°àπ ®”°—¥ (¡À“™π) °”‰√µàÕÀÿâπ¢Õß∫√‘…—∑ πÈ”µ“≈¢Õπ·°àπ ®”°—¥ (¡À“™π) ®”π«πÀÿâπ “¡—≠∂—«‡©≈’ˬ∂à«ßπÈ”Àπ—° (Àπ૬ : Àÿâπ)

6,085,830,877.63 5,213,288,423.89 36,495,717.50 33,242,456.82 25,250,452.97 33,629,057.44 176,161,238.86 106,800,500.02 56,527,922.00 46,492,217.50 95,304.82 356,188.13 118,387,863.97 98,655,042.16

(Àπ૬ : ∫“∑) ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑ 2549 2548

3,670,001,220.21 33,686,364.18 17,282,660.15 52,978,223.39 47,800,302.00 443,544,512.91 91,682,576.42

3,118,253,395.25 30,051,061.31 19,558,987.73 37,583,503.82 39,042,730.00 166,752,931.26 43,665,344.45

6,498,749,377.75 5,532,463,885.96 4,356,975,859.26 3,454,907,953.82 4,681,167,403.11 4,045,508,504.36 189,299,808.10 121,888,368.60 550,288,446.64 537,786,845.79 40,472,742.00 41,307,684.30

3,177,656,366.09 97,321,167.36 273,164,878.20 7,458,500.00

2,428,835,219.52 73,007,318.17 299,041,335.96 7,299,000.00

5,461,228,399.85 4,746,491,403.05 3,555,600,911.65 2,808,182,873.65 1,037,520,977.90 (109,069,462.74) (213,465,161.23)

785,972,482.91 (42,146,422.52) (193,851,263.40)

801,374,947.61 (55,883,831.81) (66,544,389.23)

646,725,080.17 (31,696,426.69) (119,915,042.63)

714,986,353.93 (2,586,464.08) (33,453,163.28)

549,974,796.99 (54,861,186.14)

678,946,726.57 -

495,113,610.85 -

678,946,726.57 495,113,610.85

678,946,726.57

495,113,610.85

0.44 1,550,000,000

0.34 1,458,097,122

0.44 1,550,000,000

0.34 1,458,097,122

À¡“¬‡Àµÿª√–°Õ∫ß∫°“√‡ß‘π∂◊Õ‡ªìπ à«πÀπ÷ËߢÕßß∫°“√‡ß‘ππ’È


149 √ “ ¬ ß “ π ª √ – ®Ì “ ªï

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16,469,779.11

(115,212,407.41)

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1,550,000,000.00 1,554,617,243.34 964,671,731.28 144,592,337.11 1,123,932,819.26

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144,592,337.11 -

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(4,649,815.48)

(129,190,528.49) 1,239,145,226.67 1,239,145,226.67 -

-

1,368,335,755.16 -

à«π‡°‘π®“°°“√  à«π‡°‘π®“°°“√ ª√—∫‚§√ß √â“ß ‡ª≈’ˬπ·ª≈ß ¿“¬„π°‘®°“√  —¥ à«π°“√∂◊ÕÀÿâπ ¿“¬„µâ°“√ „π∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬ §«∫§ÿ¡‡¥’¬«°—π

16,469,779.11 16,469,779.11 -

964,671,731.28 -

-

1,554,617,243.34 -

(57,699,801.00)

149,242,152.59 149,242,152.59 -

670,462,080.00 1,022,371,532.28 884,155,163.34 1,554,617,243.34 1,022,371,532.28 -

(4,369,454.18)

(58,109,816.34)

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153,611,606.77 -

à«π‡°‘π∑ÿπ  à«π‡°‘π∑ÿπ ®“°°“√µ’√“§“ ®“°°“√µ’√“§“  ‘π∑√—æ¬å‡æ‘Ë¡ -  ‘π∑√—æ¬å‡æ‘Ë¡ ∫√‘…∑— „À≠à ∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬

670,462,080.00 1,080,481,348.62 -

à«π‡°‘π ¡Ÿ≈§à“Àÿπâ

1,123,932,819.26 -

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2,248,510.71

2,248,510.71 -

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2,416,667.36 2,416,667.36 (168,156.65)

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2,444,928.30 (28,260.94)

°”‰√ (¢“¥∑ÿπ) ∑’ˬ—߉¡à‡°‘¥¢÷Èπ ®“°À≈—°∑√—æ¬å ‡º◊ËÕ¢“¬

90,920,000.00 30,200,000.00 -

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534,132,469.15 (247,983,360.00) (30,200,000.00) 678,946,726.57 -

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(115,212,407.41)

(62,349,616.48)

(129,190,528.49) 6,200,449,633.67 1,163,693,083.34 (635,231,040.00) 495,113,610.85 15,737,561.90 7,239,762,849.76 1,554,901.42 (168,156.65)

(62,479,270.52)

16,469,779.11 1,096,917,558.37 7,080,057,349.75 - (247,983,360.00) - 678,946,726.57 7,166,700.74 7,166,700.74

-

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1,081,179,996.47 15,737,561.90 1,096,917,558.37 -

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727,069,898.30 1,081,179,996.47 6,392,147,693.62 (28,260.94)

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1,554,617,243.34 -

1,550,000,000.00 1,554,617,243.34

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∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬ ∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬ ∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬

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311,411.63 4,076.16 315,487.79 -

15,243,905.00 15,243,905.00

148,551.41 69,551.41 2,336.45 56,542.09 17,757.01 46,653,587.76 1,395,662.69 437,447.96 261,367.62 68,691.63 3,626.16 261,367.62 48,853,754.57

1,677,848.06 206,798.17 230,347.64 57,009.37 4,562.40 103,659.82 84,383.59 403,096.60 87,850.50 2,855,556.15

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438,008.19 738,547.93 1,176,556.12

71,724.15

159,147.85

2,036,967.15 608,880.12 413,134.58 71,724.15

3,617,689.66 2,620,183.85 739,393.44 159,147.85

71,724.15

159,147.85

3,130,706.00

7,136,414.80

148,889.99 5,194,137.32 99,000.00 8,189,060.85 8,428,657.12 22,059,745.28

33,071.46 4,323,738.85 1,115,950.00 319,965.00 5,792,725.31

118,398.92 71,736.00 9,300.00 12,006.54 412,100.00 96,801.57 1,505,978.93 2,226,321.96

1,948,745.15 404,713.67 107,839.24 804,263.38 9,713.46 1,539,560.54 4,814,835.44

1,894,342.45 5,154,363.02 7,048,705.47

399,972.61 90,410.97 1,482,219.19 1,972,602.77

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238,904.11 206,975.35 445,879.46


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7. ≈Ÿ°Àπ’È°“√§â“·≈–µ—Ϋ‡ß‘π√—∫ ª√–°Õ∫¥â«¬ ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 2548

(Àπ૬ : ∫“∑) ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 2548

≈Ÿ°Àπ’È°“√§â“„πª√–‡∑» ¬—߉¡à∂÷ß°”Àπ¥™”√– ‡°‘π°”Àπ¥™”√–‰¡à‡°‘π 30 «—π ‡°‘π°”Àπ¥™”√–¡“°°«à“ 30 «—π ·µà‰¡à‡°‘π 60 «—π √«¡

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≈Ÿ°Àπ’È°“√§â“µà“ߪ√–‡∑» µ—Ϋ‡ß‘π√—∫ √«¡∑—ßÈ ‘πÈ

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8. ≈Ÿ°Àπ’È°“√§â“·≈–µ—Ϋ‡ß‘π√—∫-∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬·≈–∫√‘…—∑∑’ˇ°’ˬ«¢âÕß°—π ª√–°Õ∫¥â«¬ ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 2548 ≈Ÿ°Àπ’È°“√§â“ ¬—߉¡à∂÷ß°”Àπ¥™”√– ‡°‘π°”Àπ¥™”√–‰¡à‡°‘π 30 «—π ‡°‘π°”Àπ¥™”√–¡“°°«à“ 30 «—π ·µà‰¡à‡°‘π 60 «—π √«¡ µ—«Î ‡ß‘π√—∫ √«¡

(Àπ૬ : ∫“∑) ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 2548

567,282.91 225,862.78 140,752.08 933,897.77

505,252.77 2,696.40 109,837.64 617,786.81

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933,897.77

691,614.40 1,309,401.21

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13,218.41 13,218.41

9. ≈Ÿ°Àπ’È™“«‰√à- ÿ∑∏‘ ª√–°Õ∫¥â«¬ ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 2548 ≈Ÿ°Àπ’§È “à ÕâÕ¬ ƒ¥Ÿ°“≈º≈‘µ°àÕπªï 2544 / 2545 ƒ¥Ÿ°“≈º≈‘µªï 2544 / 2545 ƒ¥Ÿ°“≈º≈‘µªï 2545 / 2546 ƒ¥Ÿ°“≈º≈‘µªï 2546 / 2547 ƒ¥Ÿ°“≈º≈‘µªï 2547 / 2548 ƒ¥Ÿ°“≈º≈‘µªï 2548 / 2549 √«¡

27,427,484.97 31,225,175.69 5,635,542.55 6,363,068.67 17,271,857.40 18,990,563.70 8,146,945.64 10,533,266.43 9,900,929.48 16,096,678.70 45,158,325.33 113,541,085.37 83,208,753.19

(Àπ૬ : ∫“∑) ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 2548 397,676.07 397,676.07

397,676.07 397,676.07


≈Ÿ°Àπ’ȧà“πÈ”¡—π ≈Ÿ°Àπ’餈һÿܬ

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√«¡ À—° §à“‡º◊ËÕÀπ’È ß —¬®– Ÿ≠  ÿ∑∏‘

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(43,709,090.22) (47,283,593.19) 76,287,826.17 41,913,158.96

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12. ‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ´÷Ëß∫—π∑÷°∫—≠™’µ“¡«‘∏’ à«π‰¥â‡ ’¬ ª√–°Õ∫¥â«¬ (Àπ૬ : ∫“∑)

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2549 2548 32.00 32.00

56,800,000.00 49,070,233.58

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∑ÿπ™”√–·≈â«

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—¥ à«π °“√≈ß∑ÿπ 23.82 91.06 90.21 96.85 80.31 78.32 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 80.00 32.00

√«¡

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234,040,057.00 460,396,196.66 764,653,100.57 431,135,990.55 63,015,679.32 (2,179,339.10) 3,215,666.58 407,914,766.73 307,111,080.55 90,142,237.22 86,512,527.44 49,070,233.58

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2,114,422,073.12 2,895,028,197.10

114,240,420.35

(Àπ૬ : ∫“∑) ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 ‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ ™◊ËÕ∫√‘…—∑ ∫√‘…∑— ¬àÕ¬·≈–∫√‘…∑— √à«¡ (∂◊ÕÀÿπâ ∑“ßµ√ß·≈–∑“ßÕâÕ¡) ∫√‘…—∑ ‰∑¬™Ÿ°“√å ‡∑Õ√å¡‘‡π‘È≈ ®”°—¥ (¡À“™π) ∫√‘…—∑ ‚√ßß“ππÈ”µ“≈π‘«°√ÿ߉∑¬ ®”°—¥ ∫√‘…—∑ πÈ”µ“≈∑à“¡–°“ ®”°—¥ ∫√‘…—∑ πÈ”µ“≈π‘«°«â“ß ÿâπÀ≈’ ®”°—¥ ∫√‘…—∑ ‡§.‡Õ .·Õ≈.‡√’¬≈‡Õ ‡µ∑ ®”°—¥ ∫√‘…—∑ ‡§.‡Õ .·Õ≈.‡ÕÁ°´åªÕ√嵇∑√¥¥‘Èß ®”°—¥ ∫√‘…—∑ ‡§‡Õ ·Õ≈ ‡§¡’ ®”°—¥ ∫√‘…—∑ ‚√߉øøÑ“πÈ”µ“≈¢Õπ·°àπ ®”°—¥ ∫√‘…—∑ ¢Õπ·°àπ·Õ≈°ÕŒÕ≈å ®”°—¥ ∫√‘…—∑ ·™¡‡ªïô¬πøÕ√å‡¡π‡µ™—Ëπ ®”°—¥ √«¡

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—¥ à«π °“√≈ß∑ÿπ 23.82 91.06 88.82 96.85 80.31 78.32 51.00 100.00 100.00 32.00

«‘∏√’ “§“∑ÿπ

«‘∏’ à«π‰¥â‡ ’¬

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235,458,507.69 372,568,440.61 636,797,324.73 384,478,919.72 66,232,491.36 (1,149,130.49) 26,495.46 400,523,189.27 145,341,736.18 48,974,928.76

2,911,088.44 69,943,114.50 128,000.00

1,834,177,854.46 2,289,252,903.29

72,982,202.94


≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 ·≈– 2548 ß∫°“√‡ß‘π¢Õß∫√‘…—∑ ·™¡‡ªïô¬πøÕ√å‡¡π‡µ™—Ëπ ®”°—¥ ∑’Ë∫√‘…—∑œ √—∫√Ÿâ à«π‰¥â‡ ’¬„π‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ¢Õß ∫√‘…—∑√à«¡¥—ß°≈à“« ¬—߉¡àºà“π°“√µ√«® Õ∫·≈– Õ∫∑“π‚¥¬ºŸâ Õ∫∫—≠™’√—∫Õπÿ≠“µ ´÷Ëß à«π·∫àß°”‰√∑’Ë√—∫√Ÿâ„πß∫°”‰√¢“¥∑ÿπ ”À√—∫ªï ‘Èπ ÿ¥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 ·≈– 2548 ¡’®”π«π 0.09 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈– 0.36 ≈â“π∫“∑ µ“¡≈”¥—∫ §‘¥‡ªìπ√âÕ¬≈– 0.01 ·≈–√âÕ¬≈– 0.07 ¢Õß°”‰√ ÿ∑∏‘√«¡ µ“¡≈”¥—∫ µ“¡√“¬ß“π°“√ª√–™ÿ¡«‘ “¡—≠ºŸâ∂◊ÕÀÿâπ §√—Èß∑’Ë 1/2548 ‡¡◊ËÕ«—π∑’Ë 11 °√°Æ“§¡ 2548 ·≈– §√—Èß∑’Ë 2/2548 ‡¡◊ËÕ«—π∑’Ë 26 °√°Æ“§¡ 2548 ¢Õß∫√‘…—∑ ‚√ßß“ππÈ”µ“≈π‘«°√ÿ߉∑¬ ®”°—¥ ´÷ßË ‡ªìπ∫√‘…∑— ¬àÕ¬ ‰¥â¡¡’ µ‘‡ªìπ‡Õ°©—π∑å„Àâ≈¥∑ÿπ®¥∑–‡∫’¬π¢Õß∫√‘…∑— ‚¥¬≈¥¡Ÿ≈§à“∑’µË √“‰«â≈ß 1.25 ∫“∑µàÕÀÿπâ ‡ªìπ‡ß‘π 67.50 ≈â“π∫“∑ ®“°∑ÿπ®¥∑–‡∫’¬π‡¥‘¡∑’ËÕÕ°·≈–‡√’¬°™”√–·≈â«®”π«π 540.00 ≈â“π∫“∑ (®”π«πÀÿâπ “¡—≠ 54 ≈â“πÀÿâπ √“§“Àÿâπ≈– 10.00 ∫“∑) ‡ªìπ 472.50 ≈â“π∫“∑ (®”π«πÀÿâπ “¡—≠ 54 ≈â“πÀÿâπ √“§“Àÿâπ≈– 8.75 ∫“∑) ‡æ◊ËÕ≈â“ߢ“¥∑ÿπ – ¡ ‚¥¬∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬¥—ß°≈à“«‰¥â¥”‡π‘π°“√®¥∑–‡∫’¬π≈¥∑ÿπ °—∫°√–∑√«ßæ“≥‘™¬å·≈⫇¡◊ËÕ«—π∑’Ë 7 ∏—𫓧¡ 2548 µ“¡√“¬ß“π°“√ª√–™ÿ¡«‘ “¡—≠ºŸâ∂◊ÕÀÿâπ §√—Èß∑’Ë 1/2548 ‡¡◊ËÕ«—π∑’Ë 11 °√°Æ“§¡ 2548 ·≈– §√—Èß∑’Ë 2/2548 ‡¡◊ËÕ«—π∑’Ë 26 °√°Æ“§¡ 2548 ¢Õß∫√‘…—∑ πÈ”µ“≈π‘«°«â“ß ÿâπÀ≈’ ®”°—¥´÷Ë߇ªìπ∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬ ‰¥â¡’¡µ‘‡ªìπ‡Õ°©—π∑å„Àâ≈¥∑ÿπ®¥∑–‡∫’¬π¢Õß∫√‘…—∑ ‚¥¬≈¥®”π«πÀÿâπ “¡—≠≈ß 66 ≈â“πÀÿâ𠇪ìπ‡ß‘π 660.00 ≈â“π∫“∑ ®“°∑ÿπ®¥∑–‡∫’¬π‡¥‘¡∑’ËÕÕ°·≈– ‡√’¬°™”√–·≈â«®”π«π 880.00 ≈â“π∫“∑ (®”π«πÀÿâπ “¡—≠ 88 ≈â“πÀÿâπ √“§“Àÿâπ≈– 10.00 ∫“∑) ‡ªìπ 220.00 ≈â“π∫“∑ (®”π«πÀÿâπ “¡—≠ 22 ≈â“πÀÿâπ √“§“Àÿâπ≈– 10.00 ∫“∑) ‡æ◊ËÕ≈â“ߢ“¥∑ÿπ – ¡ ‚¥¬∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬¥—ß°≈à“«‰¥â¥”‡π‘π°“√ ®¥∑–‡∫’¬π≈¥∑ÿπ°—∫°√–∑√«ßæ“≥‘™¬å·≈⫇¡◊ËÕ«—π∑’Ë 7 ∏—𫓧¡ 2548 „π‰µ√¡“  1 ªï 2549 ∫√‘…—∑œ ≈ß∑ÿπ‡æ‘Ë¡„πÀÿâπ “¡—≠¢Õß∫√‘…—∑ ‡§‡Õ ·Õ≈ ‡§¡’ ®”°—¥ ®“° —¥ à«π‡¥‘¡√âÕ¬≈– 51 ‡ªìπ√âÕ¬≈– 100 ‡ªìπ®”π«π‡ß‘π 5.34 ≈â“π∫“∑ „π‰µ√¡“  1 ªï 2549 ∫√‘…—∑œ ≈ß∑ÿπ‡æ‘Ë¡„πÀÿâπ “¡—≠¢Õß∫√‘…—∑ ‡§‡Õ ·Õ≈.°“√‡°…µ√ ®”°—¥ „π —¥ à«π√âÕ¬≈– 100 ‡ªìπ®”π«π‡ß‘π 1.25 ≈â“π ∫“∑ ·≈–„π‰µ√¡“  2 ·≈–‰µ√¡“  3 ªï 2549 ∫√‘…—∑œ ‰¥â≈ß∑ÿπ‡æ‘Ë¡„πÀÿâπ “¡—≠‡æ‘Ë¡∑ÿπ¢Õß∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬¥—ß°≈à“«Õ’° ®”π«π‡ß‘π 27.50 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈– 71.25 ≈â“π∫“∑ µ“¡≈”¥—∫ ‚¥¬¬—ߧߠ—¥ à«π‡¥‘¡ „π‰µ√¡“  2 ·≈–‰µ√¡“  3 ªï 2549 ∫√‘…—∑œ ≈ß∑ÿπ‡æ‘Ë¡„πÀÿâπ “¡—≠‡æ‘Ë¡∑ÿπ¢Õß∫√‘…—∑ πÈ”µ“≈∑à“¡–°“ ®”°—¥ ´÷Ë߇ªìπ∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬ ®”π«π‡ß‘π 18.75 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈– 56.25 ≈â“π∫“∑ µ“¡≈”¥—∫ ∑”„Àâ —¥ à«π°“√≈ß∑ÿπ‡ªìπ√âÕ¬≈– 89.20 ·≈–√âÕ¬≈– 90.21 µ“¡≈”¥—∫ „π‰µ√¡“  2 ªï 2549 ∫√‘…—∑œ ≈ß∑ÿπ‡æ‘Ë¡„πÀÿâπ “¡—≠¢Õß∫√‘…—∑ πÈ”µ“≈ –À«—ππ–‡¢¥ ®”°—¥ ‡æ◊ËÕ°àÕµ—Èß‚√ßß“ππÈ”µ“≈æ√âÕ¡∑—Èߢՠ—¡ª∑“πæ◊Èπ∑’Ë ‡æ“–ª≈Ÿ°ÕâÕ¬ „π·¢«ß –À«—ππ–‡¢¥  “∏“√≥√—∞ª√–™“∏‘ª‰µ¬ª√–™“™π≈“« ®”π«π 62,500 ‰√à Õ“¬ÿ —¡ª∑“π 30 ªï ∫√‘…—∑œ §“¥«à“‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ ‡∫◊ÈÕßµâπ¢Õß‚§√ß°“√ª√–¡“≥ 10 ≈â“π‡À√’¬≠ À√—∞ ‚¥¬∫√‘…—∑œ ‡¢â“‰ª∂◊ÕÀÿâπ„π —¥ à«π√âÕ¬≈– 80 ‡ªìπ®”π«π‡ß‘π 46.91 ≈â“π∫“∑ ‚¥¬‰µ√¡“  3 ·≈–‰µ√¡“  4 ªï 2549 ‰¥â≈ß∑ÿπ‡æ‘Ë¡Õ’° 26.69 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈– 26.30 ≈â“π∫“∑ ‚¥¬¬—ߧߠ—¥ à«π‡¥‘¡ ß∫°“√‡ß‘π¢Õß∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬¥—ß°≈à“«∑’Ëπ”¡“∫—π∑÷° ‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπµ“¡«‘∏’ à«π‰¥â‡ ’¬·≈–®—¥∑”ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡ ºà“π°“√ Õ∫∑“π‚¥¬ºŸâ Õ∫∫—≠™’√—∫Õπÿ≠“µ„π ”π—°ß“π‡¥’¬«°—π 13. ‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ√–¬–¬“«Õ◊Ëπ- ÿ∑∏‘ ª√–°Õ∫¥â«¬ (Àπ૬ : ∫“∑) ™◊ËÕ∫√‘…—∑

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∑ÿπ™”√–·≈â« (æ—π∫“∑)

—¥ à«π°“√≈ß∑ÿπ √âÕ¬≈– √âÕ¬≈– ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡

2549

2548 2549

2548

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ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡

2549

2549

ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑

2549 2548

2548

2548

13.1 ‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ„πÀ≈—°∑√—æ¬å‡º◊ÕË ¢“¬ ‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ„πµ√“ “√Àπ’È ë Àÿâπ°Ÿâ¥âÕ¬ ‘∑∏‘ ‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ„πµ√“ “√∑ÿπ „𧫓¡µâÕß°“√¢Õßµ≈“¥ ë ∏𓧓√°√ÿ߇∑æ ®”°—¥ (¡À“™π) ë ∏𓧓√¬Ÿ‚Õ∫’ ®”°—¥ (¡À“™π) ë ∫√‘…—∑ º≈‘µ‰øøÑ“√“™∫ÿ√’‚Œ≈¥‘Èß ®”°—¥ (¡À“™π) ë ∫√‘…—∑ øîπ—π´à“ ®”°—¥ (¡À“™π) ∫«° °”‰√∑’ˬ—߉¡à‡°‘¥¢÷Èπ®“°À≈—°∑√—æ¬å‡º◊ËÕ¢“¬

4,000,000.00

4,000,000.00

336,180.00 791,700.00 50,000.00 2,525,094.76

336,180.00 172,440.50 791,700.00 50,000.00 2,178,373.30

336,180.00 791,700.00 50,000.00 3,088,320.00

336,180.00 172,440.50 791,700.00 50,000.00 2,578,373.30

‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ„πÀ≈—°∑√—æ¬å‡º◊ËÕ¢“¬ - ÿ∑∏‘

7,702,974.76

7,528,693.80

4,266,200.00

3,928,693.80

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-

5

4

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13.2 ‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ∑—«Ë ‰ª ë ∫√‘…—∑ ‰∑¬™Ÿ°“√å Õ‘π‡µÕ√å‡∑√¥ ®”°—¥

§≈—ß ‘π§â“º≈‘µ ·≈–®”Àπà“¬ ·ªÑß “≈’ ë ∫√‘…—∑ ‰∑¬™Ÿ°“√å¢π àß ®”°—¥ ¢π àß ë ∫√‘…—∑ ‰∑¬™Ÿ°“√å ·Õ ‡´Á∑ ®”°—¥ §≈—ß ‘π§â“ ·≈–„Àâ‡™à“ Õ —ßÀ“√‘¡∑√—æ¬å ë ∫√‘…—∑ ÕâÕ¬·≈–πÈ”µ“≈‰∑¬ ®”°—¥ µ—«·∑π„π°“√  àßÕÕ° ë ∫√‘…—∑ ‰∑¬™Ÿ°“√å æ√Õæ‡æÕ√åµ’È ®”°—¥ §≈—ß ‘π§â“ ë ∫√‘…—∑ ∑’ ‡Õ  §≈—ß ‘π§â“ ®”°—¥ √—∫Ω“° πÈ”µ“≈·≈– §≈—ß ‘π§â“ ë ∫√‘…—∑ ‰∑¬™Ÿ°“√å ¡‘≈‡≈Õ√å ®”°—¥ „Àâ¢âÕ¡Ÿ≈ ¥â“π°“√µ≈“¥ ë ∫√‘…—∑ ‡§Õ√’Ë  ¬“¡´’æÕ√åµ ®”°—¥ ∑à“‡√◊Õ ë ∫√‘…—∑ ‡ß‘π∑ÿπ·≈–À≈—°∑√—æ¬å°√ÿ߉∑¬ ®”°—¥ ªî¥°‘®°“√·≈â« ë ∏𓧓√¡À“π§√ ®”°—¥ (¡À“™π) ªî¥°‘®°“√·≈â« À—° §à“‡º◊ËÕ°“√¥âÕ¬§à“‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ

200,000

10,000

0.20

3.93

0.20

3.93

393,055.34

393,055.34

393,055.34

393,055.34

1,250 50,000

1,250 12,500

18.84 4.12

16.84 4.18

16.84 4.12

16.84 4.18

235,479.09 2,061,429.54

210,479.09 522,879.54

210,479.09 2,061,429.54

210,479.09 522,879.54

20,000

20,000

3.93

3.93

1.61

1.61

786,600.00

786,600.00

322,600.00

322,600.00

30,000 12,500

30,000 12,500

4.13 4.07

4.13 4.07

4.13 4.07

4.13 4.07

1,237,672.44 508,543.53

1,237,672.44 508,543.53

1,237,672.44 508,543.53

1,237,672.44 508,543.53

109

109

7.98

7.98

2.00

2.00

8,700.00

8,700.00

2,175.00

2,175.00

484,500 484,500 -

11.23 -

11.23 -

7.80 -

7.80 54,389,679.47 45,000.00 614,294.42 (659,294.42)

54,389,679.47 37,787,008.37 45,000.00 45,000.00 614,294.42 144.42 (659,294.42) (45,144.42)

37,787,008.37 45,000.00 144.42 (45,144.42)

59,621,159.41

58,057,609.41 42,522,963.31

40,984,413.31

13,265,362.62

13,340,080.84

6,731,987.18

6,789,544.09

80,589,496.79

78,926,384.05 53,521,150.49

51,702,651.20

‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ∑—Ë«‰ª - ÿ∑∏‘ 13.3 ‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ„πµ√“ “√Àπ’È∑’Ë®–∂◊Õ®π§√∫°”Àπ¥ ë æ—π∏∫—µ√ √«¡‡ß‘π≈ß∑ÿπ√–¬–¬“«Õ◊Ëπ -  ÿ∑∏‘

≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 ·≈– 2548 ∫√‘…—∑œ ·≈–∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬‰¥âπ”æ—π∏∫—µ√‰ª«“ߧȔª√–°—π°“√„™â‰øøÑ“°—∫°“√‰øøÑ“ à«π¿Ÿ¡‘¿“§´÷Ëß¡’√“§“µ“¡ ∫—≠™’µ“¡ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡ ®”π«π 13.09 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈– 13.16 ≈â“π∫“∑ µ“¡≈”¥—∫ ·≈–µ“¡ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑ ®”π«π 6.55 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈– 6.61 ≈â“π∫“∑ µ“¡≈”¥—∫ 14. µâπ∑ÿπ°“√‡æ“–ª≈Ÿ°ÕâÕ¬√Õµ—¥∫—≠™’ √“¬°“√‡§≈◊ËÕπ‰À«  ”À√—∫ªï ‘Èπ ÿ¥«—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 ¡’¥—ßπ’È (Àπ૬ : ∫“∑) ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑

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49,733,351.18 1,862,790.06 35,149,468.88 222,599.99 (222,599.99) 86,745,610.12 (4,245,166.15) 82,500,443.97

19,792,288.78 641,816.16 35,149,468.88 55,583,573.82 55,583,573.82

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19,230,000.00 -

61,211,660.00 270,630.00 -

63,992.00 -

80,505,652.00 270,630.00 -

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19,230,000.00

61,482,290.00

63,992.00

80,776,282.00

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-

(1,822,690.98) (3,068,894.76) -

(7,206.49) (12,804.20) -

(1,829,897.47) (3,081,698.96) -

≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

-

(4,891,585.74)

(20,010.69)

(4,911,596.43)

¡Ÿ≈§à“ ÿ∑∏‘µ“¡∫—≠™’ : ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548

19,230,000.00

59,388,969.02

56,785.51

78,675,754.53

≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

19,230,000.00

56,590,704.26

43,981.31

75,864,685.57

§à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡√“§“∑’ËÕ¬Ÿà„πß∫°”‰√¢“¥∑ÿπ  ”À√—∫ªï ‘Èπ ÿ¥«—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548  ”À√—∫ªï ‘Èπ ÿ¥«—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

1,829,897.47 3,081,698.96

16. ∑’Ë¥‘π Õ“§“√ ·≈–Õÿª°√≥å- ÿ∑∏‘ ª√–°Õ∫¥â«¬ ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡ (Àπ૬ : ∫“∑) ∑’¥Ë π‘ ·≈–  à«πª√—∫ª√ÿß

Õ“§“√ ·≈– ‘ßË ª≈Ÿ° √â“ß

‡§√◊ÕË ß®—°√ ·≈–Õÿª°√≥å

¬“πæ“Àπ–·≈– ‡§√◊ÕË ßµ°·µàß·≈– ∑√—æ¬å π‘ ‡§√◊ÕË ß¡◊Õ°≈∑ÿπà ·√ß ‡§√◊ÕË ß„™â ”π—°ß“π √–À«à“ß°àÕ √â“ß

√«¡

√“§“∑ÿπ : 638,952,390.01 1,346,542,252.10

´◊ÈÕ‡æ‘Ë¡

222,635,342.52

3,291,095.07

14,749,857.92

89,599,837.31

‚Õπ‡¢â“

31,479,164.63

124,139,656.93

443,770,146.23

26,212,241.66

8,760,702.81

®”Àπà“¬

(14,743,905.00)

(14,371,874.71)

(28,002,632.44)

(1,367,600.00)

(3,142,308.09)

‚ÕπÕÕ° ®—¥ª√–‡¿∑ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

6,773,344.00

4,702,685,108.06

363,942,415.68

286,242,108.33

10,780,327.52 1,418,234,878.77 1,759,291,339.11

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

885,096,336.16 1,459,601,129.39

5,133,202,479.77

478,386,894.65

541,707,416.02 7,880,071,690.20

-

634,361,912.26

-

(61,628,320.24)

(634,361,912.26) (634,361,912.26) -

6,773,344.00

302,640,830.57 1,325,580,382.53 9,584,508,053.07

169 √ “ ¬ ß “ π ª √ – ®Ì “ ªï 2

5

4

9

∫√‘ …— ∑ πÈ” µ“≈¢Õπ·°à π ®”°— ¥ (¡À“™π)

≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548


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§à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡√“§“ – ¡ : ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548 §à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡√“§“ ”À√—∫ªï ®”Àπà“¬/‚ÕπÕÕ° ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

(50,841,735.79) (2,445,230.85) (53,286,966.64)

(803,154,547.12) (3,803,612,952.36)

(268,854,257.83)

(247,805,174.41)

-

(5,174,268,667.51)

(50,206,636.93)

(123,481,702.06)

(41,632,368.94)

(12,559,772.53)

-

(230,325,711.31)

12,242,183.74

24,897,026.08

1,367,597.00

3,140,140.42

-

41,646,947.24

(841,119,000.31) (3,902,197,628.34)

(309,119,029.77)

(257,224,806.52)

-

(5,362,947,431.58)

4,658,000.00

22,805,955.42

à«π‡°‘π∑ÿπ®“°°“√µ’√“§“∑√—æ¬å ‘π : ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548 ®”Àπà“¬ ®—¥ª√–‡¿∑ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

1,116,457,102.06 2,576,175.73

519,432,996.35

2,711,541,355.06

-

(437,488.81)

-

-

1,119,033,277.79

519,432,996.35

(47,416,771.37)

-

4,374,895,408.89

-

-

-

(437,488.81)

-

-

-

2,576,175.73

-

4,377,034,095.81

(4,773,751.71)

-

(1,218,328,458.88)

(3,577,775.52)

-

(203,060,399.70)

-

63,038.77

-

(1,421,325,819.81)

(25,851,405.13)

2,711,103,866.25

4,658,000.00

(216,289,033.09)

(945,190,902.71)

(4,658,000.00)

(33,465,478.50)

(166,017,145.68)

-

63,038.77

-

22,805,955.42

§à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡√“§“ – ¡ à«π‡°‘π∑ÿπ : ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548 §à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡√“§“ ”À√—∫ªï

-

®”Àπà“¬/‚ÕπÕÕ°

-

≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

(47,416,771.37)

-

(249,754,511.59) (1,111,145,009.62)

(4,658,000.00)

(8,351,527.23)

§à“‡º◊ËÕ°“√¥âÕ¬§à“ ‘π∑√—æ¬å : ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548 (‡æ‘Ë¡)≈¥ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

(22,193,993.07) -

(3,657,412.06) -

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

(22,193,993.07)

(3,657,412.06)

≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548

1,634,956,991.84

842,874,256.18

2,665,422,608.05

95,088,157.85

≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

1,881,231,882.87

884,503,201.78

2,830,963,708.06

169,267,864.88

(25,851,405.13)

¡Ÿ≈§à“ ÿ∑∏‘µ“¡∫—≠™’ : 56,469,137.63

541,707,416.02 5,836,518,567.57

59,870,452.24 1,325,580,382.53 7,151,417,492.36

§à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡√“§“∑’ËÕ¬Ÿà„πß∫°”‰√¢“¥∑ÿπ  ”À√—∫ªï ‘Èπ ÿ¥«—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548

159,929,376.23

”À√—∫ªï ‘Èπ ÿ¥«—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

228,462,921.25

ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑ (Àπ૬ : ∫“∑) ∑’¥Ë π‘ ·≈– à«πª√—∫ª√ÿß

‚√ßß“π ·≈– ‘ßË ª≈Ÿ° √â“ß

‡§√◊ÕË ß®—°√ ·≈–Õÿª°√≥å

¬“πæ“Àπ–·≈– ‡§√◊ÕË ßµ°·µàß·≈– ∑√—æ¬å π‘ ‡§√◊ÕË ß¡◊Õ°≈∑ÿπà ·√ß ‡§√◊ÕË ß„™â ”π—°ß“π √–À«à“ß°àÕ √â“ß

√«¡

√“§“∑ÿπ : ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548 ´◊ÈÕ‡æ‘Ë¡ ‚Õπ‡¢â“ ®”Àπà“¬ ‚ÕπÕÕ° ®—¥ª√–‡¿∑ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

243,033,031.40 16,143,389.00 (14,743,905.00) 7,832,825.00 252,265,340.40

713,333,106.55

2,220,587,160.35

275,090,175.74

941,095.00

5,506,356.82

41,355,286.07

2,500,607.34

37,090,221.59

123,710,224.42

5,872,463.54

5,936,900.00

(26,562,657.63)

(1,215,000.00)

(29,212.03)

-

61,747,433.70

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

751,364,423.14

93,576,870.57 3,607,367,778.31 266,759,170.48

333,205,904.71

-

172,609,809.55

-

(42,550,774.66)

(172,609,809.55) (172,609,809.55) -

7,832,825.00

2,323,241,083.96

321,102,925.35

70,155,729.01

187,726,231.50 3,905,855,733.36

(324,362,574.19) (1,684,361,762.29)

(201,090,858.34)

(44,291,198.56)

-

(2,254,106,393.38)

§à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡√“§“ – ¡ : ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548

-

§à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡√“§“ ”À√—∫ªï

-

(32,220,778.76)

(55,143,921.73)

(28,424,347.68)

(5,797,423.92)

-

(121,586,472.09)

®”Àπà“¬/‚ÕπÕÕ°

-

-

23,550,907.95

1,214,998.00

27,908.19

-

24,793,814.14

≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

-

(356,583,352.95) (1,715,954,776.07)

(228,300,208.02)

(50,060,714.29)

-

(2,350,899,051.33)


à«π‡°‘π∑ÿπ®“°°“√µ’√“§“ ‘π∑√—æ¬å : ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548 ®—¥ª√–‡¿∑ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

231,051,056.43 2,576,175.73 233,627,232.16

149,372,447.31 -

584,615,289.15 -

-

-

-

965,038,792.89

-

-

-

2,576,175.73

149,372,447.31

584,615,289.15

-

-

-

967,614,968.62

§à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡√“§“ – ¡- à«π‡°‘π∑ÿπ : ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548

-

(20,778,533.54)

(83,655,295.87)

-

-

-

(104,433,829.41)

§à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡√“§“ ”À√—∫ªï

-

(9,882,182.76)

(47,817,618.24)

-

-

-

(57,699,801.00)

≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

-

(30,660,716.30)

(131,472,914.11)

-

-

-

(162,133,630.41)

(24,891,249.77)

§à“‡º◊ËÕ°“√ª√—∫¡Ÿ≈§à“∑√—æ¬å ‘π : ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548 ‡æ‘Ë¡/≈¥≈ß ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

(22,193,993.07) -

(2,697,256.70) -

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

(22,193,993.07)

(2,697,256.70)

(24,891,249.77)

≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548

451,890,094.76

514,867,189.43

1,037,185,391.34

73,999,317.40

17,456,235.14

93,576,870.57 2,188,975,098.64

≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

463,698,579.49

510,795,544.50

1,060,428,682.93

92,802,717.33

20,095,014.72

187,726,231.50 2,335,546,770.47

¡Ÿ≈§à“ ÿ∑∏‘µ“¡∫—≠™’ :

§à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡√“§“∑’ËÕ¬Ÿà„πß∫°”‰√¢“¥∑ÿπ  ”À√—∫ªï ‘Èπ ÿ¥«—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548

91,598,641.00

”À√—∫ªï ‘Èπ ÿ¥«—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549

120,944,655.93

µ“¡ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡·≈–ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 ·≈– 2548 ∫√‘…—∑œ ·≈–∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬‰¥âπ”∑’Ë¥‘πæ√âÕ¡ ‘Ëߪ≈Ÿ° √â“ß·≈– ‡§√◊ËÕß®—°√„π√“§“∑ÿπ®”π«π 3,354.30 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈– 2,470.75 ≈â“π∫“∑ µ“¡≈”¥—∫ ‰ª§È”ª√–°—π ‘π‡™◊ËÕ∑’ˉ¥â√—∫®“°∏𓧓√æ“≥‘™¬å∑—Èß√–¬– —Èπ ·≈–√–¬–¬“«  ”À√—∫ªï ‘Èπ ÿ¥«—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 ·≈– 2548 µ“¡ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡ √“§“∑ÿπ¢Õßß“π√–À«à“ß°àÕ √â“ß ®”π«π 14.79 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈–®”π«π 2.86 ≈â“π∫“∑µ“¡≈”¥—∫ ‡ªìπ¥Õ°‡∫’Ȭ®à“¬∑’ˇ°‘¥¢÷Èπ¢Õ߇ߑπ°Ÿâ¬◊¡√–¬–¬“«∑’Ë°Ÿâ¡“‡æ◊ËÕ„™â„πß“π°àÕ √â“ß‚√ßß“π·≈–µ‘¥µ—È߇§√◊ËÕß®—°√ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 ·≈– 2548 ∑’Ë¥‘π¢Õß∫√‘…—∑œ ®”π«π 12.84 ≈â“π∫“∑ ‡∑à“°—π∑—Èß Õßß«¥ ‡ªìπ∑’Ë¥‘π∑’Ë∫√‘…—∑œ ‡¢â“∑”ª√–‚¬™πå„π°“√ª≈Ÿ° ÕâÕ¬ ·µà¬—߉¡à‰¥â√—∫‡Õ° “√ ‘∑∏‘Ï ´÷Ëßªí®®ÿ∫—πÕ¬Ÿà„π√–À«à“ß°“√¢Õ‡Õ° “√ ‘∑∏‘Ï„π∑’Ë¥‘π ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 ·≈– 2548 Õ“§“√√–À«à“ß°àÕ √â“ß·≈–‡§√◊ËÕß®—°√√–À«à“ßµ‘¥µ—ÈߢÕß∫√‘…—∑¬àÕ¬ ®”π«π 771.53 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈– 125.46 ≈â“π∫“∑ µ“¡≈”¥—∫ ‰¥â°àÕ √â“ß·≈–µ‘¥µ—Èß∫π∑’Ë¥‘π∑’ˇ™à“®“°∫√‘…—∑„À≠à ‚¥¬¡’Õ“¬ÿ —≠≠“‡™à“ 30 ªï ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 ·≈– 2548 µ“¡ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡ ¡’ ‘π∑√—æ¬å√“§“∑ÿπ ®”π«π 3,427.00 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈– 3,289.32 ≈â“π∫“∑ µ“¡≈”¥—∫ ·≈– µ“¡ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑ ®”π«π 1,159.89 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈– 1,164.19 ≈â“π∫“∑ µ“¡≈”¥—∫ ‰¥âµ—¥§à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡√“§“À¡¥·≈â«∑—Èß®”π«π·µà¬—ߧ߄™âß“πÕ¬Ÿà ®“°°“√∑’∫Ë √‘…∑— œ ·≈–∫√‘…∑— ¬àÕ¬‡≈◊Õ°∫—π∑÷°∫—≠™’µ“¡‡°≥±å√“§“∑ÿπ ‚¥¬‡¡◊ÕË ¡’°“√µ’√“§“ ‘π∑√—æ¬å‡æ‘¡Ë ¢÷πÈ ®–∫—π∑÷°‡©æ“–¡Ÿ≈§à“ ÿ∑∏‘¢Õß√“§“ µ“¡∫—≠™’∑’ˇæ‘Ë¡¢÷Èπ‰ª¬—ß∫—≠™’ ‘π∑√—æ¬å∑’˵’√“§“‡æ‘Ë¡§Ÿà°—∫∫—≠™’ à«π‡°‘π∑ÿπ®“°°“√µ’√“§“ ‘π∑√—æ¬å‡æ‘Ë¡π—Èπ ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2549 µ“¡ß∫°“√‡ß‘π √«¡·≈–ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…∑— ¡’§“à ‡ ◊ÕË ¡√“§“¢Õß à«π‡°‘π∑ÿπ´÷ßË µ—¥®à“¬‰ª¬—ß∫—≠™’ «à π‡°‘π∑ÿπ®“°°“√µ’√“§“ ‘π∑√—æ¬å‡æ‘¡Ë „π à«π¢ÕߺŸ∂â Õ◊ Àÿπâ ®”π«π 203.06 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈– 57.70 ≈â“π∫“∑ µ“¡≈”¥—∫ ·≈– ≥ «—π∑’Ë 31 µÿ≈“§¡ 2548 µ“¡ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡·≈–ß∫°“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑ ¡’§à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡√“§“ ¢Õß à«π‡°‘π∑ÿπ´÷ßË µ—¥®à“¬‰ª¬—ß∫—≠™’ «à π‡°‘π∑ÿπ®“°°“√µ’√“§“ ‘π∑√—æ¬å‡æ‘¡Ë „π à«π¢ÕߺŸ∂â Õ◊ Àÿπâ ®”π«π 220.62 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈– 58.11 ≈â“π∫“∑ µ“¡≈”¥—∫

171 √ “ ¬ ß “ π ª √ – ®Ì “ ªï 2

5

4

9

∫√‘ …— ∑ πÈ” µ“≈¢Õπ·°à π ®”°— ¥ (¡À“™π)

´÷Ëß∂â“∫√‘…—∑‡≈◊Õ°∫—π∑÷°∫—≠™’§à“‡ ◊ËÕ¡√“§“¢Õß à«π‡°‘π∑ÿπºà“πß∫°”‰√¢“¥∑ÿπ ®–∑”„Àâ∫√‘…—∑œ · ¥ß°”‰√ ÿ∑∏‘ ”À√—∫ªï 2549 ·≈– 2548 µ“¡ ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡µË”‰ª ®”π«π 203.06 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈– 220.62 ≈â“π∫“∑ °”‰√µàÕÀÿâπµË”‰ª ®”π«π 0.13 ∫“∑µàÕÀÿâπ ·≈– 0.15 ∫“∑µàÕÀÿâπ ·≈–µ“¡ß∫ °“√‡ß‘π‡©æ“–∫√‘…—∑ · ¥ß°”‰√ ÿ∑∏‘  ”À√—∫ªïµË”‰ª ®”π«π 57.70 ≈â“π∫“∑ ·≈– 58.11 ≈â“π∫“∑ °”‰√µàÕÀÿâπµË”‰ª ®”π«π 0.04 ∫“∑µàÕÀÿâπ‡∑à“°—π ∑—Èß Õߪï


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1,285,979,719.27 342,192,726.13

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170,237,478.07 111,675,089.20 2,220,652.74

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308,396,120.00 (148,600,000.00)

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155,000,000.00 (120,000,000.00) 35,000,000.00

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ß∫°“√‡ß‘π√«¡ 308,396,120.00 761,557,611.60 (161,500,000.00) 908,453,731.60

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OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTOR’S

RESPONSIBILITIES FOR FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

The Board of Directors is responsible for the companyûs financial statements and other information as shown in the annual report. Such financial statements are prepared in accordance with the generally - accepted accounting principles and other reporting requirements, Significant information to support the financial statements are also adequately provided. In this matter, the board of directors has appointed an audit committee which consists of three independent directors who are responsible for the quality of the financial statements and the internal control system. The remarks of the audit committee are included in its report that already exists in the annual report of the company. The board of directors opinion that overall internal control system is satisfactory and can create the credit towards the consolidated financial statements and the financial statements of the company and its subsidiaries as of October 31, 2006.

(Mr.Manu Leopairote) Chairman of the Board of Directors

(Mr.Chamroon Chinthammit) President and CEO


AUDITOR’S

REPORT

To the Shareholders of KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED I have audited the accompanying consolidated and the Company balance sheets as at October 31, 2006 and 2005, the related consolidated and the Company statements of income, changes in shareholdersû equity and cash flows for the years ended on October 31, 2006 and 2005 of KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED and its subsidiary companies and of KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED only. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Companyûs management as to their correctness and completeness of the presentation. My responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on my audit. I conducted my audit in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require that I plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statements presentation. I believe that my audit provides a reasonable basis for my opinion. In my opinion, the consolidated and the Company financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the consolidated and the Company financial conditions as at October 31, 2006 and 2005, the consolidated and the Company operating results and the consolidated and the Company cash flows for the years ended on October 31, 2006 and 2005 of KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED and its subsidiary companies and of KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED only in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. SAM NAK-NGAN A.M.C. CO., LTD.

Bangkok December 22, 2006

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(Miss Praphasri Leelasupha) Certified Public Accountant Registration No.4664


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SHEETS

KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED AND ITS SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES

CONSOLIDATED 2006 2005 ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS Cash and Deposits at Financial Institutions (Note 25) Short - Term Investments (Note 25) Trade Accounts and Notes Receivable (Note 7) Trade Accounts and Notes Receivable - Subsidiary and Related Companies (Notes 5.1 and 8) Farmer Accounts Receivable - Net (Note 9) Short - Term Loans due from Subsidiary Companies, Related Party and Related Companies (Note 5.1) Short - Term Loans due from Farmers (Note 10) Inventories - Net (Note 11) Real Estate Development Cost Machine Maintenance Supplies Other Current Assets TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS NON - CURRENT ASSETS Investments under Equity Method Other Long - Term Investments - Net Deferred Cane Plantation Cost Investment in Real Estate - Net Property, Plant and Equipment - Net Land not used in Operation Loans for Cane Plantation Development Obligated Fixed Deposits Other Non - Current Assets

(Note 12) (Note 13) (Note 14) (Note 15) (Note 16) (Note 17)

TOTAL NON - CURRENT ASSETS TOTAL ASSETS

151,704,340.18 26,771,600.00 245,751,675.54

161,609,167.65 107,091,750.00 123,794,556.37

933,897.77 76,287,826.17

1,309,401.21 41,913,158.96

153,568,480.00 147,914,627.20 1,833,811,870.85 21,273,303.48 158,845,011.02 101,258,333.06

130,048,798.61 452,781,472.00 911,528,240.27 17,136,174.39 162,353,946.95 24,111,054.19

As at October 31, 2006 and 2005

(Unit : Baht) THE COMPANY ONLY 2006 2005

18,972,141.69 100,226,712.06 -

15,460,540.86 76,413,688.97 13,218.41 -

13,600,000.00 97,909,367.00 653,462,737.37 82,826,269.16 28,538,921.16

5,521,248.61 183,158,605.00 596,918,380.48 94,087,151.67 6,142,479.88

2,918,120,965.27 2,133,677,720.60

995,536,148.44

977,715,313.88

49,070,233.58 48,974,928.76 80,589,496.79 78,926,384.05 82,500,443.97 75,864,685.57 78,675,754.53 7,151,417,492.36 5,836,518,567.57 296,020,761.06 305,370,280.79 163,118,668.21 109,182,300.55 6,836,132.28 5,159,592.30 22,108,081.40 23,511,408.43

2,895,028,197.10 53,521,150.49 55,583,573.82 2,335,546,770.47 258,610,734.14 5,185,132.28 150,623.06

2,289,252,903.29 51,702,651.20 2,188,975,098.64 269,019,734.87 5,159,592.30 2,807,233.06

7,927,525,995.22 6,486,319,216.98 5,603,626,181.36 4,806,917,213.36 10,845,646,960.49 8,619,996,937.58 6,599,162,329.80 5,784,632,527.24 Continuous

Notes to financial statements are an integral part of the above statements.


BALANCE

SHEETS ➤➤➤ Continuous from page 3 As at October 31, 2006 and 2005

KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED AND ITS SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES

(Unit : Baht) THE COMPANY ONLY 2006 2005

CONSOLIDATED 2006 2005 LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERSû EQUITY CURRENT LIABILITIES Bank Overdrafts and Short - Term Loans due to Financial Institutions (Note 18) Trade Accounts and Notes Payable (Note 19) Trade Accounts and Notes Payable Subsidiary Companies (Note 5.1) Current Portion of Long - Term Loans (Note 21) Loans due to Subsidiary Companies (Note 5.1) Accrued Corporate Income Tax Advance Received from Customers for Goods Accrued Stabilization Function Payment (Note 20) Other Accrued Expenses Other Accounts Payable Other Current Liabilities TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES NON - CURRENT LIABILITIES Long - Term Loans Other Non - Current Liabilities

(Note 21)

TOTAL NON - CURRENT LIABILITIES TOTAL LIABILITIES

1,285,979,719.27 506,599,259.47

342,192,726.13 284,133,220.01

845,000,000.00 217,982,252.00

125,000,000.00 213,726,650.08

85,100,000.00 79,315,751.42 125,092,922.71 66,945,780.27 29,817,838.45 246,045,678.40 52,743,670.10

148,600,000.00 69,449,681.42 57,150,362.38 41,881,818.66 63,737,717.01 152,343,704.32 35,855,772.39

47,759,219.07 35,000,000.00 65,000,000.00 3,963,936.91 33,340,741.83 8,848,307.12 47,686,848.60 10,359,166.54

13,225,440.03 120,000,000.00 185,000,000.00 36,242,082.21 33,905,135.97 21,964,997.68 21,734,496.93 57,931,266.55 6,902,818.07

2,477,640,620.09 1,195,345,002.32 1,314,940,472.07

835,632,887.52

823,353,731.60 26,465,191.74

159,796,120.00 25,092,965.50

10,521,298.15

35,000,000.00 10,299,575.00

849,818,923.34 184,889,085.50

10,521,298.15

45,299,575.00

3,327,459,543.43 1,380,234,087.82 1,325,461,770.22

880,932,462.52 Continuous

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SHEETS ➤➤➤ Continuous from page 4

KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED AND ITS SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES

CONSOLIDATED 2006 2005 SHAREHOLDERSû EQUITY Share Capital Authorized Share Capital : 1,600,000,000 Ordinary Shares @ Baht 1.00 Par Issued and Paid - Up Share Capital 1,550,000,000 Ordinary Shares @ Baht 1.00 Par Premium on Share Capital Revaluation Surplus on Assets Parent Company (Note 16) Revaluation Surplus on Assets Subsidiary Companies (Note 16) Surplus from Internal Restructure of Entities under Common Control (Note 22) Surplus from Change in Shareholding Ratio in Subsidiary Companies Unrealized Gain on Available for Sale Securities Accumulated Result of Translation Adjustment Retained Earnings (Note 23) Appropriated Legal Reserve Unappropriated TOTAL SHAREHOLDERSû EQUITY OF PARENT COMPANY Minority Shareholdersû Equity

As at October 31, 2006 and 2005

(Unit : Baht) THE COMPANY ONLY 2006 2005

1,600,000,000.00 1,600,000,000.00

1,600,000,000.00

1,600,000,000.00

1,550,000,000.00 1,550,000,000.00 1,554,617,243.34 1,554,617,243.34

1,550,000,000.00 1,554,617,243.34

1,550,000,000.00 1,554,617,243.34

964,671,731.28 1,022,371,532.28

964,671,731.28

1,022,371,532.28

144,592,337.11

144,592,337.11

149,242,152.59

149,242,152.59

1,123,932,819.26 1,239,145,226.67

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16,469,779.11 2,248,510.71 1,554,901.42

2,416,667.36 -

2,248,510.71 1,554,901.42

2,416,667.36 -

121,120,000.00 934,895,835.72

90,920,000.00 534,132,469.15

121,120,000.00 934,895,835.72

90,920,000.00 534,132,469.15

6,414,103,157.95 6,142,845,291.39 5,273,700,559.58 4,903,700,064.72 1,104,084,259.11 1,096,917,558.37 -

TOTAL SHAREHOLDERSû EQUITY

7,518,187,417.06 7,239,762,849.76 5,273,700,559.58 4,903,700,064.72

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERSû EQUITY

10,845,646,960.49 8,619,996,937.58 6,599,162,329.80 5,784,632,527.24

Notes to financial statements are an integral part of the above statements.


INCOME KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED AND ITS SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES

STATEMENTS

For the Years ended on October 31, 2006 and 2005

(Unit : Baht) THE COMPANY ONLY 2006 2005

CONSOLIDATED 2006 2005 REVENUES FROM OPERATION Sales and Services Rental Income Revenue from Sale of Electricity Revenue from Sale of Fuel Oil and Cane Harvest Revenue from Sale of Fertilizer Participating Profit from Investments under Equity Method Other Income TOTAL REVENUES EXPENSES FROM OPERATION Cost of Sales and Services Other Cost of Sales Selling and Administrative Expenses Directorsû Remuneration TOTAL EXPENSES PROFIT BEFORE INTEREST EXPENSES AND CORPORATE INCOME TAX INTEREST EXPENSES CORPORATE INCOME TAX (Note 24) NET PROFIT AFTER INTEREST EXPENSES AND CORPORATE INCOME TAX LESS NET PROFIT OF SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES BELONGING TO PARENT COMPANY BEFORE SHARE ACQUISITION LESS MINORITY SHAREHOLDERSû NET PROFIT NET PROFIT OF KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED

3,670,001,220.21 33,686,364.18 17,282,660.15 52,978,223.39 47,800,302.00 443,544,512.91 91,682,576.42

3,118,253,395.25 30,051,061.31 19,558,987.73 37,583,503.82 39,042,730.00 166,752,931.26 43,665,344.45

6,498,749,377.75 5,532,463,885.96 4,356,975,859.26 3,454,907,953.82 4,681,167,403.11 4,045,508,504.36 189,299,808.10 121,888,368.60 550,288,446.64 537,786,845.79 40,472,742.00 41,307,684.30

3,177,656,366.09 97,321,167.36 273,164,878.20 7,458,500.00

2,428,835,219.52 73,007,318.17 299,041,335.96 7,299,000.00

5,461,228,399.85 4,746,491,403.05 3,555,600,911.65 2,808,182,873.65 1,037,520,977.90 785,972,482.91 (109,069,462.74) (42,146,422.52) (213,465,161.23) (193,851,263.40) 714,986,353.93

549,974,796.99

(2,586,464.08) (33,453,163.28)

(54,861,186.14)

678,946,726.57 495,113,610.85

801,374,947.61 646,725,080.17 (55,883,831.81) (31,696,426.69) (66,544,389.23) (119,915,042.63) 678,946,726.57

495,113,610.85

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678,946,726.57

495,113,610.85

0.44

0.34

0.44

0.34

1,550,000,000

1,458,097,122

1,550,000,000

1,458,097,122

Notes to financial statements are an integral part of the above statements.

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EARNINGS PER SHARE OF KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED WEIGHTED AVERAGE NUMBER OF ORDINARY SHARES (UNIT : SHARE)

6,085,830,877.63 5,213,288,423.89 36,495,717.50 33,242,456.82 25,250,452.97 33,629,057.44 176,161,238.86 106,800,500.02 56,527,922.00 46,492,217.50 95,304.82 356,188.13 118,387,863.97 98,655,042.16


964,671,731.28 -

1,550,000,000.00 1,554,617,243.34 964,671,731.28 144,592,337.11 1,123,932,819.26

Balance as at October 31, 2006

Notes to financial statements are an integral part of the above statements.

144,592,337.11 1,123,932,819.26 -

(115,212,407.41)

(129,190,528.49) 1,239,145,226.67 1,239,145,226.67 -

1,550,000,000.00 1,554,617,243.34 -

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149,242,152.59 149,242,152.59 (4,649,815.48)

1,270,462,080.00 670,462,080.00 1,022,371,532.28 279,537,920.00 884,155,163.34 1,550,000,000.00 1,554,617,243.34 1,022,371,532.28 - (57,699,801.00)

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153,611,606.77 (4,369,454.18)

670,462,080.00 1,080,481,348.62 - (58,109,816.34) 1,368,335,755.16 -

16,469,779.11

16,469,779.11 16,469,779.11 -

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1,554,901.42 -

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-

(115,212,407.41)

(129,190,528.49) 6,200,449,633.67 1,163,693,083.34 (635,231,040.00) 495,113,610.85 15,737,561.90 7,239,762,849.76 1,554,901.42 (168,156.65) (62,349,616.48)

16,469,779.11 90,920,000.00 534,132,469.15 1,096,917,558.37 7,080,057,349.75 - (247,983,360.00) - (247,983,360.00) 30,200,000.00 (30,200,000.00) 678,946,726.57 - 678,946,726.57 7,166,700.74 7,166,700.74

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TOTAL

727,069,898.30 1,081,179,996.47 6,392,147,693.62 (28,260.94) - (62,479,270.52)

Minority Shareholdersû Equity

38,100,000.00 727,069,898.30 1,081,179,996.47 - (635,231,040.00) 52,820,000.00 (52,820,000.00) 495,113,610.85 - 15,737,561.90 90,920,000.00 534,132,469.15 1,096,917,558.37 -

38,100,000.00 -

Appropriated Unappropriated Legal Reserve

Retained Earnings

2,248,510.71 1,554,901.42 121,120,000.00 934,895,835.72 1,104,084,259.11 7,518,187,417.06

2,248,510.71 -

-

2,416,667.36 2,416,667.36 - 1,554,901.42 (168,156.65) -

2,444,928.30 (28,260.94) -

Surplus from Surplus from Unrealized Gain Accumulated Internal Change in (Loss) on Result Restructure of Shareholding Ratio Available of Translation Entities under in Subsidiary for Sale Adjustment Common Control Companies Securities

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Revaluation Surplus on Assets Subsidiary Companies

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Revaluation Surplus on Assets - Parent Company

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Premium on Share Capital

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Issued and Paid - up Share Capital

(Unit : Baht)

For the Years ended on October 31, 2006 and 2005

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Premiem on Share Capital

1,550,000,000.00 1,554,617,243.34

1,270,462,080.00 1,270,462,080.00 279,537,920.00 1,550,000,000.00 1,550,000,000.00 -

Issued and Paid - up Share Capital

Notes to financial statements are an integral part of the above statements.

Balance as at October 31, 2006

Balance as at October 31, 2004 Unrealized Loss on Available for Sale Securities Depreciation - Revaluation Surplus on Assets Unrealized Transaction in Income Statements Capital Increase Dividend Paid (Note 23) Legal Reserve (Note 23) Net Profit for the Year Balance as at October 31, 2005 Accumulated Result of Translation Adjustment Unrealized Loss on Available for Sale Securities Depreciation - Revaluation Surplus on Assets Unrealized Transaction in Income Statements Dividend Paid (Note 23) Legal Reserve (Note 23) Net Profit for the Year

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964,671,731.28

1,080,481,348.62 (58,109,816.34) 1,022,371,532.28 1,022,371,532.28 (57,699,801.00) 964,671,731.28 144,592,337.11

153,611,606.77 (4,369,454.18) 149,242,152.59 149,242,152.59 (4,649,815.48) 144,592,337.11 -

Revaluation Revaluation Surplus on Surplus on Assets Assets - Subsidiary Parent Company Companies

2,248,510.71

2,444,928.30 (28,260.94) 2,416,667.36 2,416,667.36 (168,156.65) 2,248,510.71 -

Unrealized Gain (Loss) on Available for Sale Securities

OF CHANGES IN SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY

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Accumulated Result of Translation Adjustment

121,120,000.00

38,100,000.00 38,100,000.00 52,820,000.00 90,920,000.00 90,920,000.00 30,200,000.00 -

Appropriated Legal Reserve

3,942,631,941.99 (28,260.94) (62,479,270.52) 3,880,124,410.53 1,163,693,083.34 (635,231,040.00) 495,113,610.85 4,903,700,064.72 1,554,901.42 (168,156.65) (62,349,616.48) 4,842,737,193.01 (247,983,360.00) 678,946,726.57

TOTAL

934,895,835.72 5,273,700,559.58

727,069,898.30 727,069,898.30 (635,231,040.00) (52,820,000.00) 495,113,610.85 534,132,469.15 534,132,469.15 (247,983,360.00) (30,200,000.00) 678,946,726.57

Unappropriated

Retained Earnings

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For the Years ended on October 31, 2006 and 2005

CONSOLIDATED 2006 2005 CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Net Profit Reconciliation of Net Profit with Cash Received (Payment) from Operating Activities:Gain on Sales of Short - Term Investments Doubful Accounts (Reversal) - Farmer Accounts Receivable Gain on Loan Repayment from Farmer Accounts Receivable by Land Doubful Accounts - Other Accounts Recievable and Advance Payments Participating Profit from Investments under Equity Method Loss from Sales of General Investments Amortization of Premium on Bond Depreciation (Gain) Loss on Sales of Assets Loss from Damaged Cane Plantation Plot Amortization of Leasehold Right Loss on Withholding tax not applied for refund Written off Deferred Hire Purchase Interest Charge Unrealized (Gain) Loss on Exchange Rate Net Profit of Subsidiary Companies belonging to Parent Company before Share Acquisition Minority Shareholders没 Net Profit Profit from Operation before Changes in Operating Assets and Liabilities

(Unit : Baht) THE COMPANY ONLY 2006 2005

678,946,726.57

495,113,610.85

(28,062.50) (3,574,502.97)

(234,477.79) 316,499.13

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(843,805.53)

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407,890.28 (95,304.82) 34,473.37 74,718.22 231,544,620.21 1,393,145.73 4,245,166.15 526,537.85 43,849.28 (5,530,653.34)

250,000.00 (356,188.13) 75,370.06 161,759,273.70 (401,205.31) 899,290.70 357,963.61 (25,218.60)

2,586,464.08 33,453,163.28

54,861,186.14

944,028,231.39

Notes to financial statements are an integral part of the above statements.

711,772,298.83

678,946,726.57

(443,544,512.91) 34,473.37 57,556.91 120,944,655.93 1,035,294.22 870.74 357,475,064.83

495,113,610.85

(166,752,931.26) 59,140.66 91,598,641.00 899,290.70 37,314.97 420,955,066.92


CASH KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED AND ITS SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES

FLOW STATEMENTS For the Years ended on October 31, 2006 and 2005

(Unit : Baht) THE COMPANY ONLY 2006 2005

CONSOLIDATED 2006 2005

(23,813,893.83)

23,589,756.46

(61,745,999.25) (56,544,356.89) 11,260,882.51 (22,396,441.28) (19,792,288.78) 4,786.00 4,255,601.92

(48,794,199.86) (228,781,519.75) (21,025,427.53) 37,035,349.63 (1,005,715.60) (17,409,885.32)

96,292,996.70 (36,242,082.21) (29,941,199.06) 11,375,744.15 (12,886,189.81) (10,244,417.95) 3,456,348.47 221,723.15 210,736,278.67

20,012,031.66 (21,341,096.45) 24,495,102.49 11,239,251.56 7,798,650.99 34,230,279.68 (36,135,532.56) 2,850,173.00 207,712,285.32

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(8,078,751.39) 20,217,220.90 2,796,000.00 50,099,769.12 (139,271,918.77) (280,244,218.66) (418,468,320.00) 114,240,420.35 70,335,758.94 (1,596,870.35) 196,287.48 (330,554,080.71) (297,499,402.90) 16,721,666.30 (25,539.98) 29,974,516.53 (439,241,317.84) (731,916,145.30)

Notes to financial statements are an integral part of the above statements.

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CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES (Continued) (Increase) Decrease in Trade Accounts and Notes Receivable (121,957,989.91) 10,546,361.63 (Increase) Decrease in Trade Accounts and Notes Receivable Subsidiary and Related Companies 375,503.44 1,241,215.58 (Increase) Decrease in Farmer Accounts Receivable (30,800,164.24) (4,426,990.18) (Increase) Decrease in Inventories (922,283,630.58) (226,965,082.72) (Increase) Decrease in Real Estate Development Cost (4,137,129.09) (17,136,174.39) (Increase) Decrease in Machine Maintenance Supplies 3,508,935.93 (13,410,719.64) (Increase) Decrease in Other Current Assets (64,713,494.15) 43,421,245.74 (Increase) Decrease in Deferred Cane Plantation Cost (49,733,351.18) (Increase) Decrease in Other Non - Current Assets (1,775,034.82) (3,154,466.73) Increase (Decrease) in Trade Accounts and Notes Payable 222,489,568.52 (73,899,383.34) Increase (Decrease) in Trade Accounts and Notes Payable - Subsidiary Companies Increase (Decrease) in Accrued Corporate Income Tax 9,866,070.00 2,917,897.33 Increase (Decrease) in Advance Received from Customers for Goods 67,942,560.33 (5,120,095.24) Increase (Decrease) in Accrued Stabilization Function Payment 25,063,961.61 20,464,740.12 Increase (Decrease) in Other Accrued Expenses (33,919,878.56) 16,535,072.36 Increase (Decrease) in Other Accounts Payable 51,404,841.40 8,032,056.47 Increase (Decrease) in Other Current Liabilities 16,216,881.69 (30,161,996.24) Increase (Decrease) in Other Non - Current Liabilities (454,408.57) 2,193,817.50 Net Cash Received from Operating Activities 111,121,473.21 442,849,797.08 CASH FLOW FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES (Increase) Decrease in Short - Term Investments (335,343.75) 46,863,861.54 (Increase) Decrease in Loans due from Subsidiary companies, Related Party and Related Companies (23,519,681.39) (7,727,129.10) (Increase) Decrease in Short - Term Loans due from Other Companies 2,796,000.00 (Increase) Decrease in Short - Term Loans due from Farmers 269,717,375.92 (152,399,305.77) (Increase) Decrease in Loans for Cane Plantation Development (53,936,367.66) (42,065,627.67) Cash Purchase of Investments in Subsidiary and Associated Companies Divideneds Received from Investments in Subsidiary and Associated Companies 128,000.00 Cash Purchase of General Investment (1,621,870.35) (385,479.31) Cash Received from Sale of General Investment 196,287.48 Cash Purchase of Investment in Real Estate (270,630.00) (80,505,652.00) Purchase of Property, Plant and Equipment (1,708,020,802.60) (816,295,454.76) Cash Received from Sale of Property, Plant and Equipment 16,458,539.30 905,332.71 (Increase) Decrease in Obligated Fixed Deposits (1,676,539.98) 29,974,516.53 Additional Investment from Minority Shareholders 18,922,223.73 Net Cash Used from Investing Activities (1,484,086,809.30) (1,018,710,937.83)


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For the Years ended on October 31, 2006 and 2005

(Unit : Baht) THE COMPANY ONLY 2006 2005

CONSOLIDATED 2006 2005 CASH FLOW FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES Increase (Decrease) in Bank Overdrafts and Short Term Loans due to Financial Institutions Increase (Decrease) in Loans due to Subsidiary Companies Cash Received from Long - Term Loans Repayment of Long - Term Loans Cash Received from Capital Increase Dividend Paid to Parent Companyûs Shareholders Dividend Paid to Minority Shareholders Net Cash Received from Financing Activities

945,427,209.88 761,557,611.60 (161,500,000.00) (247,983,360.00) (14,384,579.64) 1,283,116,881.84

Increase from Accumulated Relult of Translation Adjustment

1,943,626.78

(103,901,797.99) 116,796,120.00 (138,600,000.00) 1,163,693,083.34 (635,231,040.00) (9,653,352.17) 393,103,013.18 -

720,000,000.00 (120,000,000.00) (120,000,000.00) (247,983,360.00) 232,016,640.00 -

30,175,307.32 50,000,000.00 (120,000,000.00) 1,163,693,083.34 (635,231,040.00) 488,637,350.66 -

Cash and Cash Equivalents Increase (Decease) - Net Cash and Cash Equivalents at the Beginning of the Period

(87,904,827.47) 263,609,167.65

(182,758,127.57) 446,367,295.22

3,511,600.83 15,460,540.86

(35,566,509.32) 51,027,050.18

Cash and Cash Equivalents at the End of the Period (Note 25)

175,704,340.18

263,609,167.65

18,972,141.69

15,460,540.86

123,354,706.57 209,394,873.13

42,795,522.63 191,413,647.49

Additional Disclosure : 1. Cash payment during the period ë Interest Expenses ë Corporate Income Tax

55,759,845.57 108,475,839.32

31,783,412.99 141,256,139.08

2. For the year ended on October 31, 2006, the Company and its subsidiary companies have material items not affecting cash flow as follows:ë In the consolidated financial statements, the surplus from internal restructure of entities under common control was amortised at amount of Baht 115.21 million. ë In the consolidated and the Companyûs financial statements, the Company and its subsidiary companies charged depreciation against the revaluation surplus on assets at amounts of Baht 203.06 million and Baht 57.70 million respectively. ë In the consolidated and the Companyûs financial statements, the Company and its subsidiary companies recognized unrealized Gain (Loss) on available for sale securities at amounts of Baht (2.34) million and Baht 0.51 million respectively. ë In the consolidated and the Companyûs financial statements, the Company transferred land which is not used in operation into land account at the amounts of Baht 9.35 million and Baht 10.41 million respectively. ë In the consolidated and the Companyûs financial statements, the Company transferred from advance for land to land account at amount of Baht 2.65 million. ë In the consolidated financial statements, the subsidiary companies recorded interest expenses as cost of fixed assets at amount of Baht 14.79 million.

Notes to financial statements are an integral part of the above statements.


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FLOW STATEMENTS For the Years ended on October 31, 2006 and 2005

ë In the consolidated financial statements, there is a recognition of surplus from change in shareholding ratio in subsidiary companies at amount of Baht 16.47 million. ë In the consolidated financial statements, a subsidiary company purchased an asset by entering into a long-term lease at amount of Baht 2.48 million. ë In the consolidated and the Companyûs financial statements, the Company entered into cane ownership transfer agreements by transfer short - term loans due from farmers for the deferred cane plantation cost at amount of Baht 35.15 million. ë In the consolidated financial statements, a subsidiary company had share subscriptions receivable due from minority shareholders at amount of Baht 12.84 million. ë In the consolidated and the Companyûs financial statements, the Company and its subsidiary companies transferred depreciation charge to be part of deferred cane plantation cost at amonts of Baht 1.86 million and Baht 0.64 million respectively. ë In the Companyûs financial statements, the Company set off the inter sales - purchases of goods with 3 subsidiary companies at amount of Baht 61.76 million. ë In the consolidated financial statements, a subsidiary company had imported machine without any payment yet at amount of Baht 46.14 million. 3. For the year ended on October 31, 2005, the Company and its subsidiary companies have material items not affecting cash flow as follows:ë In the consolidated financial statements, the surplus from internal restructure of entities under common control was amotized at amount of Baht 129.19 million. ë In the consolidated and the Companyûs financial statements, the Company and its subsidiary companies charged depreciation against the revaluation surplus on assets at amounts of Baht 220.62 million and Baht 58.11 million respectively. ë In the consolidated and the Companyûs financial statements , the Company and its subsidiary companies recognized unrealized Gain (Loss) on available for sale securities at amounts of Baht (0.54) million and Baht 0.13 million respectively. ë In the Companyûs financial statements, the Company set off the inter sales-purchases of the goods with 3 subsidiary companies at amount of Baht 56.74 million. ë In the consolidated financial statements, a subsidiary company received land transferred from farmer accounts receivable as a repayment for debt at amount of Baht 2.04 million and reflected as gain on repayment from said debt at amount of Baht 0.84 million. ë In the consolidated and the Companyûs financial statements, the Company transferred land not used in operation to land account at amount of Baht 32.26 million. ë In the Companyûs financial statements, the Company received share dividend from a subsidiary company at amount of Baht 2.65 million. ë In the consolidated financial statements, subsidiary companies recorded interest expenses as cost of fixed assets at amount of Baht 2.86 million.

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NOTEs

TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS As at October 31, 2006 and 2005

KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED AND ITS SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES

1. General Information KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED was registered as a limited company under the Civil and Commercial Code on October 6, 1976 with the registration number 1163/2519 and was registered as a public company limited on March 18, 2004 with the registration number Bor Mor Jor 0107547000214. Its registered headquarter is located at 503 K.S.L.Tower, 9th Floor, Sriayudahya Road, Ratchathewi, Bangkok and its factory is located at 43 Moo 10, Namphong District, Namphong, Khonkaen Province. The Companyûs main business is to manufacture and distribute sugar and molasses. Information concerning its employees as at October 31, 2006 and 2005 are as follows: Consolidated Average Number of Employees during Production Season Period (Persons) Average Number of Employees during Normal Period (Persons) Employees Expenses (Million Baht)

2006 3,522 2,247 543.55

2005 3,106 2,048 487.95

The Company Only 2006 1,218 891 200.47

2005 1,018 862 174.19

2. Basis of Financial Statements Preparation 2.1 The consolidated and the Company financial statements are prepared in accordance with the generally accepted accounting principles under the Accounting Act B.E. 2543 which include already announced accounting standards by Council of Accounting Professions established under the Accounting Professions Act B.E. 2547 and in accordance with the regulation of the Office of Securities and Exchange Commission on the subject of preparation and presentation of the financial reports. 2.2 Accounting items in the financial statements for the year ended on October 31, 2005 have been reclassified in order to facilitate comparative analysis with those of October 31, 2006. 3. Summary of Significant Accounting Policies The Company and its subsidiary companies have significant accounting policies as follows: 3.1 The policies concerning its incomes are as follows: 3.1.1 Incomes from sales are recognized when goods are delivered. 3.1.2 Service incomes are recognized when service has already been rendered. 3.1.3 Rental incomes are recognized in accordance to rental period. 3.1.4 Interest and discount receivable from discounting notes receivable are recognized according to the related period. 3.1.5 Dividend is recognized when entitled to receive it. 3.1.6 Other incomes are recognized by accrual basis. 3.2 Expenses are recognized by accrual basis. 3.3 Cash and cash equivalents includes cash, saving account bank deposit, current account deposit and not exceeding 3 months fixed deposits and short - term investments which are not exceeding 3 months duration for repayment with no obligation commitment. 3.4 Allowance for doubtful debt is considered from the current financial of each account anticipated uncollectible. 3.5 Inventories are shown at the lower of cost or net realizable value and adjusted by non - moving or out - of - date goods (if any). In case of cost, the following calculation is observed: ë Raw materials, factory supplies and purchased for resale finished goods, first in- first out method in used. ë Goods in process and finished goods, calculation is made from average production cost in each production year using first in - first out method. Molasses, which are by product from sugar production, are shown at net average value to be receivable.


3.6 Machine maintenance supplies are shown at cost using first in - first out method and adjusted by allowance for slow moving or out - of - date supplies (if any). 3.7 Real estate development cost is shown at cost or net value to be receivable, whichever is the lower. This cost consists of land value, earth filling cost, construction cost, utilities development cost and direct expense to secure goods and ready to resale. 3.8 Investments 3.8.1 Investments in subsidiary and associated companies are recorded by equity method. 3.8.2 Long - term investments, which are debt securities and marketable equity securities recorded as available for sale securities, are stated at fair value. Change in the value of these investments is reported in a separate component of shareholdersû equity, and would be recorded in the income statement when there is a disposal of the investment or when there is an indication of the impairment of investment whereas its value has decreased permanently. 3.8.3 Long - term investments, which are non marketable equity securities, are recorded as general investments. They are stated at cost (Cost Method) and change in value of general investments will be recorded in the income statement when there is a disposal of the investment or when there is an indication of the impairment of investment with permanently decreased value. 3.9 Deferred cane plantation cost is an accumulated cost of cane plantation which covers cost of cane varieties, cost of cane harvested for varieties expansion, fertilizer, labour and other expenses which are directly related. All will be measured with cost deducted by accumulated depreciation and accumulated allowance for impairment (if any). Canes, which are ready for harvested, will be transferred to be raw material cost for production and cost of sale at the harvest date, using fair value deducted by estimated expenses at point of sale. Fair value of cane is considered from prices the Company and its subsidiary companies expect to purchase from cane farmers in each region. 3.10 Investment in real estate is shown at initial net cost value deducted by accumulated depreciation. Depreciation is calculated by using straight line method over estimated useful life of 5 - 20 years. 3.11 Properties are initially recoded at cost and later stated at fair value, based on valuation by external independent appraisers. Revaluation are to be made at times to ensure that their carrying amount does not differ materially from their fair value. If within any year there are factors indicating a significant change in the value of assets, the revaluation will be performed in that year. Increase from reappraised value will be recorded as Revaluation Surplus on Assets in shareholdersû equity, and decrease from cost recorded as loss from revaluation of fixed assets in income statement. 3.12 Plant and equipment are initially recorded at cost and shown at fair value whenever there is a valuation by independent appraiser less by accumulated depreciation and accumulated allowance for impairment. Depreciation charge is made on straight - line method over their estimated useful lives as follows: Land Improvement Building and Construction Machinery and Equipment Motor Vehicle and Labour Saving Tool Furniture and Office Equipment

5 - 20 20 - 30 5 - 20 5 - 20 5 - 10

years years years years years

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The Company and its subsidiary companies have a policy to use independent appraisers to revaluate assets at times and during the intervals if there are factors indicating a significant change in the value of assets, the revaluation will be performed in that year. Increase from appraisal value will be recorded as Revaluation Surplus on assets in shareholdersû equity, and decrease from cost recorded as loss from revaluation of fixed assets in income statement. Increase in Revaluation Surplus on building and machines will be amortized in accordance to the remaining useful lives of those assets by via of directly writing of the depreciation allowance for increase value of appraised assets to Revaluation Surplus on Assets account. Interest expenses arisen from loans especially used for projects during construction and installment is included as construction cost of such work in process until it is completed to be used as intended.


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3.13 Surplus from internal restructure of entities under common control is the difference between net book value of investment received and purchase cost of investment occurred from internal restructure of entities under common control. This investment was a merger of identities with same former shareholders and management and the said surplus is shown as a separate item in the balance sheet under shareholdersû equity. 3.14 Surplus from change in shareholding ratio in subsidiary companies is the difference between purchase price for increase proportion in subsidiary companies and book value of the subsidiary companies resulted from increased proportion of investment in that subsidiary companies for the purpose of group management. This surplus is shown as a separate item in the balance sheet under the shareholdersû equity. 3.15 Foreign currency transactions are translated into Baht at the rates ruling on the occurrence dates. Assets and liabilities in foreign currency outstanding on the balance sheet date are translated into Baht at the rates ruling on the balance sheet date. Exchange gains or losses are included as incomes or expenses in the income statement of the year. The financial statements of Savannakhet Sugar Corporation which is a juristic person established under foreign law and therefore is a foreign unit to be included in the consolidated financial statements, are converted into Baht using exchange rate as follows :ë assets and liabilities : prevailing rate on the end of period date. ë revenues and expenses : average rate ë shareholdersû equity : rate at occurrence date. The difference arisen from exchange rate conversion is shown under the shareholdersû equity. 3.16 Corporate income tax will be recognized as expense item whenever is liable to pay tax. 3.17 Earnings or loss per share is calculated by dividing net profit or loss with the weighted average number of issued and paid - up shares existing during the accounting period. 3.18 In accordance to the Public Company Act B.E. 2535, the Company has to appropriate part of the annual net profit as legal reserve at rate not less than 5% of the annual net profit less by existing accumulated loss (if any) until this legal reserve not less than 10% of the registered capital. The Company will appropriate for the reserve after obtaining approval from the meeting of shareholders and this legal reserve can not be used for paying dividends. 3.19 For accounting estimates required for preparation of financial statements to conform with generally accepted accounting principles, the management has to use various estimates and assumptions which would affect amounts relating to incomes, expenses, assets, liabilities and disclosure of data relating to contingent assets and liabilities. The actual result may differ from amounts already estimated. 3.20 Financial assets reflected in the balance sheet include cash at bank, trade accounts and notes receivable and loans due from. Financial liabilities reflected in the balance sheet include bank overdraft, loans due to, trade accounts and notes payable. The particular accounting policy for each item is respectively disclosed in each related caption. 4. Basis of Consolidation 4.1 The consolidated financial statements include the financial statements of KHON KAEN SUGAR INDUSTRY PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED and its subsidiary companies as follows: Company Name Thai Sugar Terminal Public Company Limited and its subsidiary companies. New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. K.S.L. Real Estate Co., Ltd. K.S.L. Export Trading Co., Ltd. KSL Chemical Co., Ltd. (Former Name KS Laxmi Co., Ltd.)

Percentage of Holding Country of Kind of Business 2006 2005 Incorporation 23.82 23.82 Thailand Locating, silo warehouse and property rental and during investment process in wheat flour business 91.06 91.06 Thailand Manufacture and distribution of sugar and molasses 90.21 88.82 Thailand Manufacture and distribution of sugar and molasses 96.85 96.85 Thailand Manufacture and distribution of sugar and molasses 80.31 80.31 Thailand Housing and land for agriculture estate including holiday resort for training and seminar center 78.32 78.32 Thailand Export sugar as exporting agent 100.00 51.00 Thailand Importer and distributor of chemicals


Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Co., Ltd. Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd.

100.00 100.00

KSL. Agro Co., Ltd. Savannakhet Sugar Corporation

100.00 80.00

100.00 100.00 -

Thailand Thailand Thailand Laos

Manufacture and distribution of electricity Manufacture and distribution of alcohol or fuel from agricultural produce and bio - fertilizer Agricultural Operation Agricultural Operation, Manufacture and distribution of sugar and molasses which is during investment process

Although the Company holds shares in the THAI SUGAR TERMINAL PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED by only 23.82 percent, the Company shares in the controlling power of said company. Therefore, it is regarded such company as a subsidiary company in accordance with the definition specified in the accounting standard. 4.2 As at October 31, 2006 and 2005 investments in subsidiary companies were recorded under equity method. The accounting periods of subsidiary companies end on the same date as the parent company (accounting period ended on October 31) except the THAI SUGAR TERMINAL PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED and SAVANNAKHET SUGAR COPRORATION, whose accounting period ended on December 31. 4.3 The balances between the Company and its subsidiary companies, investment in subsidiary companies and subsidiary companiesû share capital were eliminated from the consolidated financial statements. 5. Inter - Transaction between the Related Companies The Company and its subsidiary companies hold accounting transaction items with the related companies by the same shareholdersû group and mutual directors. Significant inter - transactions and remaining balances between the Company and its subsidiary companies with related entities and persons could be summarized as follows:5.1 Inter - Assets and Liabilities (Unit : Baht) Type of Transaction/Company Name Relationship Consolidated The Company Only As at October 31, As at October 31, 2006 Subsidiary Related Related

Subsidiary

548,973.18 208,650.00 176,274.59 933,897.77 -

2006

863,458.05 330,603.00 115,340.16 1,309,401.21

2005 -

-

2,124,773.69 2,124,773.69 13,173,105.14 13,173,105.14

13,218.41 13,218.41 1,058,613.85 1,058,613.85

Related Persons

14,285,682.14 14,285,682.14

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Related

12,841,675.00 12,841,675.00

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-

-

-

860,561.74 860,561.74

Subsidiary

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ë Trade Accounts and Notes Receivable New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. Prachaup Industry Co.,Ltd. Thai Fermentation Industry Co., Ltd. Other Related Companies Total ë Cash Allowance for Sugar Purchase K.S.L. Export Trading Co., Ltd. Total ë Advance The Company and subsidiary companyûs Management Total ë Share Subscription Receivable Ban Pong Intertrade Co., Ltd. Total ë Other Account Payable Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. Total

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Related

95,345,496.00 11,482,052.65 95,345,496.00 11,482,052.65

Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary

-

-

-

11,454,892.65 11,454,892.65

28,838,319.00 13,162,969.97 15,274,996.86 2,530,282.5 981,408.00 134,212.71 62,470.06 47,759,219.07 13,225,440.03

Advance made to the management of the Company for Baht 13.17 million was cash reserve for expenses to be incurred in the investment project under Koh Kong Plantation Co., Ltd. which was in the process of incorporation in the Kingdom of Cambodia. (Unit : Baht) Type of Transaction/Company Name Relationship Consolidated The Company Only As at October 31, As at October 31, 2006 ë Short - Term Loans due from New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. Beginning balance Increase in the period Decrease in the period Ending balance K.S.L. Real Estate Co., Ltd. Beginning balance Increase in the period Decrease in the period Ending balance KSL. Agro Co., Ltd. Beginning balance Increase in the period Decrease in the period Ending balance Prachaup Industry Co., Ltd. Beginning balance Increase in the period Decrease in the period Ending balance

2005

2006

2005

Subsidiary -

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20,000,000.00 (20,000,000.00)

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13,600,000.00 5,400,000.00

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75,500,000.00 (75,500,000.00) -

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Subsidiary 5,400,000.00 8,600,000.00 (400,000.00)

5,400,000.00 -

Subsidiary -

Related 129,927,550.00 121,983,200.00 408,937,350.00 178,976,800.00 (385,697,520.00) (171,032,450.00) 153,167,380.00 129,927,550.00

-

-


ë Loan due from the Companyûs Advisor Beginning balance Increase in the period Decrease in the period Ending balance ë Loan due from Employees in Subsidiary Beginning balance Increase in the period Decrease in the period Ending balance Total

Related Person 121,248.61 (121,248.61) -

338,469.51 (217,220.90) 121,248.61

121,248.61 (121,248.61) -

338,469.51 (217,220.90) 121,248.61

Related Person 510,000.00 (108,900.00) 401,100.00 153,568,480.00 130,048,798.61 13,600,000.00 5,521,248.61

As at October 31, 2006 and 2005, loans due from subsidiary and related companies were loans in the form of promissory notes and payable on demand bearing interest rates at 6.25-6.75 and 2.75-4.00 percent per annum respectively. Loan due from the Companyûs advisor carried interest rate at 6.50 percent per annum (the same rate for both years). Loan due from Employees in subsidiary is without interest charged between them. (Unit : Baht) Type of Transaction/Company Name Relationship Consolidated The Company Only As at October 31, As at October 31, 2006 ë Loan due to Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. Beginning balance Increase in the period Decrease in the period Ending balance New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. Beginning balance Increase in the period Decrease in the period Ending balance Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Co., Ltd. Beginning balance Increase in the period Decrease in the period Ending balance Total

2005

2006

2005

Subsidiary -

-

55,000,000.00 172,000,000.00 250,000,000.00 (107,000,000.00) (305,000,000.00)

-

-

65,000,000.00

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Subsidiary 80,000,000.00 (80,000,000.00) -

Subsidiary 185,000,000.00 115,000,000.00 (300,000,000.00) 65,000,000.00

240,000,000.00 (55,000,000.00) 185,000,000.00 185,000,000.00

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As at October 31, 2006 and 2005, loans from subsidiary companies are loans repayable at call and carrying interest rates at 6.25 - 6.75 and 1.25 - 3.05 percent per annum respectively. 5.2 Inter - Revenues and Expenses (Unit : Baht) Type of Transaction/Company Name Relationship Consolidated The Company Only For the Year end on October 31, 2006 2005 2006 2005 ë Sales New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. Subsidiary 19,254,920.92 15,609,460.84 Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. Subsidiary 23,961,580.18 35,593,412.83 New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. Subsidiary 14,668,522.93 12,742,079.01 Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. Subsidiary 306,376,804.40 Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Co., Ltd. Subsidiary 5,102.81 KSL Chemical Co., Ltd. Subsidiary 897.20 Thai Fermentation Industry Co., Ltd. Related 194,718,861.93 109,388,508.69 44,002,439.23 65,443,087.35 Other Related Companies 5,906.54 5,906.54 Total ë Purchases Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. Thai Fermentation Industry Co., Ltd. Total

194,724,768.47 109,388,508.69 408,276,174.21 129,388,040.03 Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary Related

1,866,488.00 1,866,488.00

426,160,349.39 221,203,304.86 212,099,099.12 97,166,781.91 121,149,320.21 114,194,953.93 10,176,760.00 1,411,004.72 485,141.00 499,385.76 1,411,004.72 770,070,669.72 433,064,426.46

Policy of Inter - Price Setting for Goods ë The inter - swapping goods for export, the Company uses the world market price that the sales - purchase is made for the first time of that year to be the price of sales - purchase of sugar between the Companyûs group. ë The intersales-purchase goods for local sales, the Company has the policy to use the market price to determine the price of goods transacted between each other. (Unit : Baht) Type of Transaction/Company Name Relationship Consolidated The Company Only For the Year end on October 31, 2006 2005 2006 2005 ë Rental Income and Service On Nuj Construction Co., Ltd. Related 486,816.00 486,816.00 486,816.00 486,816.00 Chengteh Chinaware (Thailand) Co., Ltd. Related 1,440,000.00 1,440,000.00 1,440,000.00 1,440,000.00 K. K. Wood Industry Co., Ltd. Related 829,440.00 829,440.00 829,440.00 829,440.00 K.S.L. IT Center Co., Ltd. Related 360,000.00 360,000.00 360,000.00 360,000.00 Amarco Co., Ltd. Related 18,000.00 18,000.00 18,000.00 18,000.00 Prachaup Industry Co.,Ltd. Related 4,670,117.18 3,746,694.24 Mitr Kaset Sugar Indrstry Co., Ltd. Related 87,864.75 123,687.57 Eastern Sugar And Sugar Cane Co., Ltd. Related 162,009.45 2,580,343.41 Rajburi Sugar Co., Ltd. Related 850,649.35 1,335,589.05 Total 8,904,896.73 10,920,570.27 3,134,256.00 3,134,256.00


ë Land sold value Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. Total ë Other Incomes Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. K.S.L. Export Trading Co., Ltd. KSL Chemical Co., Ltd. Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Co., Ltd. Thai Sugar Terminal Public Co., Ltd. Thai Fermentation Industry Co., Ltd. K.S.L. IT Center Co., Ltd. Total ë Interest Received New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. K.S.L. Real Estate Co., Ltd. KSL. Agro Co., Ltd. Total ë Goods Custody and Exporting Fees Thai Sugar Terminal Public Co., Ltd. K.S.L. Export Trading Co., Ltd. TS Warehouse Co., Ltd. Kerry Siam Seaport Co., Ltd.

Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary Related Related

Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary

Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary Related

Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary Related Related Related Related Related Related

Subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary

311,411.63 4,076.16 315,487.79 -

-

15,243,905.00 15,243,905.00

-

148,551.41 1,677,848.06 69,551.41 206,798.17 2,336.45 230,347.64 56,542.09 57,009.37 17,757.01 4,562.40 46,653,587.76 103,659.82 1,395,662.69 84,383.59 437,447.96 403,096.60 261,367.62 68,691.63 87,850.50 3,626.16 261,367.62 48,853,754.57 2,855,556.15 -

438,008.19 738,547.93 1,176,556.12

238,904.11 206,975.35 445,879.46

2,036,967.15 608,880.12 413,134.58 71,724.15

3,617,689.66 2,620,183.85 739,393.44 159,147.85

71,724.15

159,147.85

71,724.15

159,147.85

3,130,706.00 7,136,414.80

148,889.99 33,071.46 5,194,137.32 4,323,738.85 1,115,950.00 99,000.00 319,965.00 8,189,060.85 8,428,657.12 22,059,745.28 5,792,725.31

118,398.92 1,948,745.15 71,736.00 404,713.67 9,300.00 12,006.54 107,839.24 412,100.00 804,263.38 96,801.57 9,713.46 1,505,978.93 1,539,560.54 2,226,321.96 4,814,835.44

-

-

1,894,342.45 5,154,363.02 7,048,705.47

399,972.61 90,410.97 1,482,219.19 1,972,602.7

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Total ë Other Expenses Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. K.S.L. Real Estate Co., Ltd. Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. Thai Fermentation Industry Co., Ltd. K.S.L. IT Center Co., Ltd. Eastern Sugar and Sugar Cane Co., Ltd. Rajburi Sugar Co., Ltd. K.S.L. Tower Juristic Person Office Ban Pong Intertrade Co., Ltd. Total ë Interest Expenses Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Co., Ltd. Total

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Policy of Price Setting ë Rental income, service income and sale of land are charged according to the mutually agreed agreements. ë Revenue from selling of supplies are charged according to the cost. ë Revenue from sale on raw material are charged according to the market price. ë Fees for goods custody are charged according to the volume of the goods and the custody time, which are general rates in the market. ë The expenses paid on behalf of each other are charges according to the actual expenses. 5.3 Relationship of Related Companies Consisted of: Company Name Relationship Connection K.S.L. IT Center Co., Ltd. Chengteh Chinaware (Thailand) Co., Ltd. On Nuj Construction Co., Ltd. K.K. Wood Industry Co., Ltd. Amarco Co., Ltd. Thai Fermentation Industry Co., Ltd. Rajburi Sugar Co., Ltd. Mitr Kaset Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. Eastern Sugar and Sugar Cane Co., Ltd. Kerry Siam Seaport Co., Ltd. KSL Tower Juristic Person office Ban Pong Intertrade Co., Ltd.

Related Company Related Company Related Company Related Company Related Company Related Company Related Company Related Company Related Company Related Company Related Company Related Company

Same shareholder Group /Mutual directors Same shareholder Group /Mutual directors Same shareholder Group /Mutual directors Same shareholder Group Same shareholder Group Same shareholder Group Mutual directors in Subsidiary Mutual directors in Subsidiary Mutual directors in Subsidiary Directors of the Related Company Shared Owner of Condominium Building Same shareholder Group in Subsidiary

Prachaup Industry Co., Ltd. held no part in management of the Company, but is a related company, where some directors are also directors of Thai Sugar Terminal Public Co.,Ltd. and K.S.L. Export Trading Co., Ltd. which are subsidiary companies of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Public Company Limited. 6. Privileges of Benefits from Promoted Investment Two subsidiary companies received two investment promotion certificates from Broad of Investment of Thailand (BOI) with the following details:6.1 The promotional investment certificate No. 1929(2)2547: benefits under Investment Promotion Act. B.E.2520 in sections 25, 26, 28, 31, 34 and 35(3) which cover exception of corporate income tax for 8 years fornet profit derived form operation of promoted businesses i.e. production of pure alcohol and production ofbio-fertilizers (in case of bio - fertilizers, the total shall not be more than 100% of invested capital not including land and working capital) commencing from the date the income first received from the promoted business. For alcohol or fuel from agricultural produce, the first income was make in January 2006 and forbio-fertilizer in March 2006. 6.2 The promotional investment certificate No. 1258(2)2548: benefits under Investment Promotion Act. B.E. 2520 in sections 25, 26, 28, 31, 34 and 35(3) which cover exception of corporate income tax for 8 years for net profit received from operation of promoted businesses i.e. production of electricity power vapors. As at October 31, 2006 no income form such operation has ever obtained.


7. Trade Accounts and Notes Receivable Consisted of: (Unit : Baht) The Company Only As at October 31,

Consolidated As at October 31, 2006 Accounts Receivable - Local Not yet due Not over 30 days Over 30 days but not over 60 days Total Accounts Receivable - Foreign Notes Receivable Total

2005

2006

2005

221,682,497.63 98,656,351.42 99,704,001.24 76,280,793.21 10,053,709.71 11,859,474.59 407,006.60 776,417.28 123,274.58 232,512,624.62 110,639,100.59 100,111,007.84 76,280,793.21 37,607.76 9,022,271.34 37,607.76 13,201,443.16 4,133,184.44 78,096.46 132,895.76 245,751,675.54 123,794,556.37 100,226,712.06 76,413,688.97

8. Trade Accounts and Notes Receivable - Subsidiary and Related Companies Consisted of: (Unit : Baht) The Company Only As at October 31,

Consolidated As at October 31, 2006

2005

2006

2005

Trade Accounts Receivable Not yet due Not over 30 days Over 30 days but not over 60 days Total

567,282.91 225,862.78 140,752.08 933,897.77

505,252.77 2,696.40 109,837.64 617,786.81

-

Notes Receivable Total

933,897.77

691,614.40 1,309,401.21

-

13,218.41 13,218.41

9. Farmer Accounts Receivable - Net Consisted of: (Unit : Baht) The Company Only As at October 31,

Consolidated As at October 31, 2006

2006

27,427,484.97 31,225,175.69 5,635,542.55 6,363,068.67 17,271,857.40 18,990,563.70 8,146,945.64 10,533,266.43 9,900,929.48 16,096,678.70 45,158,325.33 113,541,085.37 83,208,753.19

2005

397,676.07 397,676.07

397,676.07 397,676.07

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Fuel Oil Accounts Receivable Fertilizer Accounts Receivable Total Less Allowance for Doubtful Accounts

6,329,831.02 5,884,048.96 126,000.00 103,950.00 119,996,916.39 89,196,752.15 (43,709,090.22) (47,283,593.19)

Net

(397,676.07)

76,287,826.17 41,913,158.96

(397,676.07)

-

-

10. Short - Term Loans due from Farmers As at October 31, 2006 and 2005, these loans consisted of portion that was charged interest at 5.00 - 8.00% per annum and 5.00 - 6.00% per annum respectively and another portion in the form of post - dated cheques where farmers discounted with the Company and its subsidiary companies with nterest rate based on lending rate of Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives. 11. Inventories - Net Consisted of: (Unit : Baht) The Company Only As at October 31,

Consolidated As at October 31, 2006 Refined Sugar White Sugar Raw Sugar Molasses for sale Molasses for alcohol production Alcohol and fertilizer in process Alcohol and fertilizer Chemical for sale Other rawmaterials Factory supplies Total Less Allowance for dilapidated supplies Net

2005

2006

2005

579,112,589.30 292,047,302.06 146,621,066.89 165,262,583.16 948,335,501.43 459,951,000.18 438,350,984.35 320,426,744.05 9,649,390.87 20,147,327.36 9,649,390.87 14,009,548.08 120,238,836.98 85,012,501.74 759,294.90 64,863,389.42 64,487,974.98 3,913,224.94 24,657,013.73 1,468,657.79 386,368.35 81,684,557.48 54,492,353.93 58,082,000.36 32,356,115.77 1,833,934,115.85 911,650,485.27 653,462,737.37 596,918,380.48 (122,245.00) (122,245.00) 1,833,811,870.85 911,528,240.27 653,462,737.37 596,918,380.48

12. Investments under Equity Method Consisted of: (Unit : Baht) Consolidated As at October 31, 2006 As at October 31, 2005 Investment Investment Company Name

Paid-Up Percentage of Share Capital Shareholding

Associated Company (Direct Holding) 2006 2005 Champion Fermentation Co., Ltd. 150,000,000.00 32.00 32.00 Total

Cost

Equity

Dividend

Cost

Equity

Dividend

56,800,000.00 49,070,233.58

- 56,800,000.00 48,974,928.76 128,000.00

56,800,000.00 49,070,233.58

- 56,800,000.00 48,974,928.76 128,000.00


(Unit : Baht)

Company Name Subsidiary and Associated Companies (Direct and Indirect Holding) Thai Sugar Terminal Public Co., Ltd. New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. K.S.L. Real Estate Co., Ltd. K.S.L. Export Trading Co., Ltd. KSL Chemical Co., Ltd. Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Co., Ltd. Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. KSL. Agro Co., Ltd Savannakhet Sugar Corporation Champion Fermentation Co., Ltd. Total

Consolidated As at October 31, 2006 Investment Paid-Up Percentage of Cost Equity Share Capital Shareholding

120,000,000.00 472,500,000.00 600,000,000.00 220,000,000.00 140,000,000.00 10,000,000.00 7,500,000.00 400,000,000.00 160,000,000.00 100,000,000.00 124,876,000.00 150,000,000.00

23.82 91.06 90.21 96.85 80.31 78.32 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 80.00 32.00

Dividend

79,108,599.79 234,040,057.00 306,893,484.58 460,396,196.66 523,337,347.61 764,653,100.57 114,240,420.35 289,284,258.19 431,135,990.55 89,134,074.29 63,015,679.32 3,387,500.00 (2,179,339.10) 6,618,488.66 3,215,666.58 399,972,000.00 407,914,766.73 159,985,600.00 307,111,080.55 99,999,920.00 90,142,237.22 99,900,800.00 86,512,527.44 56,800,000.00 49,070,233.58 2,114,422,073.12 2,895,028,197.10 114,240,420.35

(Unit : Baht)

Company Name

120,000,000.00 540,000,000.00 525,000,000.00 880,000,000.00 140,000,000.00 10,000,000.00 2,500,000.00 400,000,000.00 160,000,000.00 150,000,000.00

23.82 91.06 88.82 96.85 80.31 78.32 51.00 100.00 100.00 32.00

Dividend

79,108,599.79 235,458,507.69 306,893,484.58 372,568,440.61 448,337,347.61 636,797,324.73 289,284,258.19 384,478,919.72 89,134,074.29 66,232,491.36 3,387,500.00 (1,149,130.49) 1,274,990.00 26,495.46 399,972,000.00 400,523,189.27 159,985,600.00 145,341,736.18 56,800,000.00 48,974,928.76 1,834,177,854.46 2,289,252,903.29

2,911,088.44 69,943,114.50 128,000.00 72,982,202.94

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Subsidiary and Associated Companies (Direct and Indirect Holding) Thai Sugar Terminal Public Co., Ltd. New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd. K.S.L. Real Estate Co., Ltd. K.S.L. Export Trading Co., Ltd. KSL Chemical Co., Ltd. Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant Co., Ltd. Khon Kaen Alcohol Co., Ltd. Champion Fermentation Co., Ltd. Total

Consolidated As at October 31, 2006 Investment Paid-Up Percentage of Cost Equity Share Capital Shareholding


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As at October 31, 2006 and 2005, the Company used the financial statements of Champion Fermentation Co., Ltd. in the recognition of equity in such investment. The said associated companyûs financial statements were not yet audited and reviewed by any certified auditor. The participating profits in the income statements for the years ended on October 31, 2006 and 2005 are Baht 0.09 million and Baht 0.36 million respectively or equivalent to 0.01% and 0.07% of the consolidated profits respectively. In accordance with the minutes of the shareholdersû extraordinary meeting No.1/2548 held on July 11, 2005 and No.2/2548 held on July 26, 2005 of New Krung Thai Sugar Factory Co., Ltd., a subsidiary company, it was unanimously resolved to reduce the registered capital by reduce the par value by Baht 1.25 per share amounting to Baht 67.50 million from the former registered and paid-up capital of Baht 540.00 million (54 million ordinary shares at par value of Baht 10.00 per share) to Baht 472.50 million (54 million ordinary shares at the par value of Baht 8.75 per share) to write - off retained loss. The subsidiary company registered the reduction of registered capital with the Ministry of Commerce on December 7, 2005. In accordance with the minutes of the shareholdersû extraordinary meeting No.1/2548 held on July 11, 2005 and No.2/2548 held on July 26, 2005 of New Kwang Soon Lee Sugar Factory Co., Ltd., a subsidiary company, it was unanimously resolved to reduce the number of registered capital by reduce the number of ordinary shares by 66 million ordinary shares amounting to Baht 660.00 million from the former registered and paid-up capital of Baht 880.00 million (88 million ordinary shares at the par value of Baht 10.00 per share) to Baht 220.00 million (22 million ordinary shares at the par value of Baht 10.00 per share) to write-off retained loss. The subsidiary company registered the reduction of registered capital with the Ministry of Commerce on December 7, 2005. In the first quarter of the year 2006, the Company additionally invested in the ordinary shares of KSL Chemical Co., Ltd. thus increase the ratio from formerly 51% to 100% amount of Baht 5.34 million. In the first quarter of the year 2006, the Company additionally invested in the whole amount ordinary shares of KSL. Agro Co., Ltd. amount Baht 1.25 million and in the second quarter and third quarter of the year 2006, the Company also additionally invested in the capital increase ordinary shares of the said subsidiary company, at Baht 27.50 million and Baht 71.25 million respectively, which its ratio of shareholding remained the same. In the second quarter and third quarter of the year 2006, the Company additionally invested in the capital increase ordinary shares of Tamaka Sugar Industry Co., Ltd., a subsidiary company, at Baht 18.75 million and Baht 56.25 million respectively thus, its ratio of shareholding changed to 89.20% and 90.21% respectively. In the second quarter of the year 2006, the Company additionally invested in the ordinary shares of Savannakhet Sugar Corporation to construct the sugar plant and apply for 62,500-Rai 30-year land concession intended for sugar cane plantation in Savannakhet, Lao Peopleûs Democratic Republic. The initial investment for the project is expected to be approximately USD 10 million. The Company holds shares at the ratio of 80% equals to Baht 46.91 million and in the third quarter and fourth quarter of the year 2006, the Company also additionally invested at Baht 26.69 million and Baht 26.30 million respectively, which its ratio of shareholding remained the same. The financial statements of the said subsidiary company which were used to record investment by equity method and for consolidation was reviewed by another certified auditor in the same audit firm. 13. Other Long-Term Investments - Net Consisted of: (Unit : Baht) Consolidated As at October 31,

13.1 Available for Sale Securities Investment in Debt Securities ë Subordinated Debenture Investment in Marketable Equity Securities ë Bangkok Bank Public Co., Ltd. ë United Overseas Bank (Thai) Public Co., Ltd. ë Ratchaburi Egco Holding Public Co., Ltd. ë Finansa Public Co., Ltd. Add Unrealized Gain on Available for Sale Securities Available for Sale Securities Investment - Net

2006

2005

4,000,000.00

4,000,000.00

336,180.00 791,700.00 50,000.00 2,525,094.76 7,702,974.76

336,180.00 172,440.50 791,700.00 50,000.00 2,178,373.30 7,528,693.80

The Company Only As at October 31, 2006

2005

336,180.00 791,700.00 50,000.00 3,088,320.00 4,266,200.00

336,180.00 172,440.50 791,700.00 50,000.00 2,578,373.30 3,928,693.80


(Unit : Baht) Company Name

Kind of Business

Paid-Up Share Capital

Percentage of Holding

Consolidated As at October 31,

The Company Only As at October 31,

Consolidated The Company Only 2006 13.2 General Investments ë Thai Sugar Intertrade Co., Ltd.

ë Thai Sugar Transportation Co., Ltd. ë Thai Sugar Asset Co., Ltd. ë Thai Cane and Sugar Corp. Ltd. ë Thai Sugar Property Co., Ltd. ë TS Warehouse Co., Ltd. ë Thai Sugar Miller Co., Ltd. ë Kerry Siam Seaport Co., Ltd. ë Krung Thai Investment And Security Co., Ltd. ë Mahanakorn Bank Public Co., Ltd. Less Allowance for Impairment of Investment

Warehouse and Manufacture and distribution of flour mil Transportation Silo Warehouse and Property rental Export Agent Silo Warehouse Sugar Depository and Silo Warehouse Marketing Information Service Seaport Closed Closed

2005

2006

2005

2006

2005

2006

2005

200,000 10,000 1,250 1,250

0.20 18.84

3.93 16.84

0.20 16.84

3.93 16.84

393,055.34 235,479.09

393,055.34 210,479.09

393,055.34 210,479.09

393,055.34 210,479.09

50,000 20,000 30,000

12,500 20,000 30,000

4.12 3.93 4.13

4.18 3.93 4.13

4.12 1.61 4.13

4.18 1.61 4.13

2,061,429.54 786,600.00 1,237,672.44

522,879.54 786,600.00 1,237,672.44

2,061,429.54 322,600.00 1,237,672.44

522,879.54 322,600.00 1,237,672.44

12,500

12,500

4.07

4.07

4.07

4.07

508,543.53

508,543.53

508,543.53

508,543.53

109 109 7.98 484,500 484,500 11.23

7.98 11.23

2.00 7.80

2.00 7.80

8,700.00 54,389,679.47

8,700.00 2,175.00 54,389,679.47 37,787,008.37

-

-

-

45,000.00 614,294.42 (659,294.42)

45,000.00 614,294.42 (659,294.42)

59,621,159.41

58,057,609.41 42,522,963.31

40,984,413.31

13,265,362.62 80,589,496.79

13,340,080.84 6,731,987.18 78,926,384.05 53,521,150.49

6,789,544.09 51,702,651.20

-

-

-

General Investments - Net 13.3 Investment in Held-to-Maturity Debt Securities ë Bond Total Other Long-term Investments - Net

45,000.00 144.42 (45,144.42)

2,175.00 37,787,008.37 45,000.00 144.42 (45,144.42)

As at October 31, 2006 and 2005, the Company and its subsidiary companies used bonds to pledge as guarantee for electricity usage with the Provincial Electricity Authority, which had the book value in the consolidated financial statements of Baht 13.09 million and Baht 13.16 million respectively and in the Company onlyûs financial statements Baht 6.55 million and Baht 6.61 million respectively. 14. Deferred Cane Plantation Cost Movement of deferred cane plantation cost for the year ended on October 31, 2006 is as follows:(Unit : Baht) The Company Only -

Consolidated

Ending Book Value - Net

49,733,351.18 1,862,790.06 35,149,468.88 222,599.99 (222,599.99) 86,745,610.12 (4,245,166.15)

19,792,288.78 641,816.16 35,149,468.88 55,583,573.82 -

82,500,443.97

55,583,573.82

The Company and its subsidiary companies recorded the deferred cane plantation cost at the cost value less accumulated depreciation and allowance for accumulated impairment (if any) because of the short cane plantation period of approximately 10-13 months and the fair value of the cane fluctuate with the weather of the plantation area which resulted in the volume and quality of the cane produced.

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In the fourth quarter of the year 2006, at Baht 43.10 million portion of the deferred cane plantation cost belongs to the Company which planted on the farmers没 lands obtained from the repayment of the short-term loans to the Company by entered into ownership transfer agreements for cane in the plantation process at Baht 35.15 million to continue the plantation. The Baht 18.05 million portion belongs to two subsidiary companies who perform cane plantation on lease land by leasing the land from another subsidiary company (at Baht 1.43 million) and the other by leasing the land from the government of the Lao People没s Democratic Republic as mentioned in the note to the financial statements no. 28 (at Baht 16.62 million). 15. Investment in Real Estate-Net Consisted of: Consolidated Land Cost : As at October 31, 2005 Purchase/Transfer in Disposal/Transfer out As at October 31, 2006

Condominium

19,230,000.00 19,230,000.00

Accumulated Depreciation : As at October 31, 2005 Depreciation for the year Disposal/Transfer out As at October 31, 2006

Furniture

(Unit : Baht) Total

61,211,660.00 270,630.00 61,482,290.00

63,992.00 63,992.00

80,505,652.00 270,630.00 80,776,282.00

-

(1,822,690.98) (3,068,894.76) -

(7,206.49) (12,804.20) -

(1,829,897.47) (3,081,698.96) -

-

(4,891,585.74)

(20,010.69)

(4,911,596.43)

Book Value : As at October 31, 2005

19,230,000.00

59,388,969.02

56,785.51

78,675,754.53

As at October 31, 2006

19,230,000.00

56,590,704.26

43,981.31

75,864,685.57

Depreciation in Income Statement For the Year ended on October 31, 2005 For the Year ended on October 31, 2006

1,829,897.47 3,081,698.96

16. Property, Plant and Equipment - Net Consisted of: Consolidated (Unit : Baht) Land and Land Building Machinery and Improvement and Construction Equipment

Motor Vehicle and Furniture and Asset in Labor Saving Tools Office Equipment Construction

Total

Cost : As at October 31, 2005 Purchase Transfer in Disposal Transfer out Reclassified

638,952,390.01 1,346,542,252.10 4,702,685,108.06 222,635,342.52 3,291,095.07 14,749,857.92 31,479,164.63 124,139,656.93 443,770,146.23 (14,743,905.00) (14,371,874.71) (28,002,632.44) 6,773,344.00 -

363,942,415.68 89,599,837.31 26,212,241.66 (1,367,600.00) -

286,242,108.33 541,707,416.02 7,880,071,690.20 10,780,327.52 1,418,234,878.77 1,759,291,339.11 8,760,702.81 - 634,361,912.26 (3,142,308.09) - (61,628,320.24) - (634,361,912.26) (634,361,912.26) 6,773,344.00

As at October 31, 2006

885,096,336.16 1,459,601,129.39 5,133,202,479.77

478,386,894.65

302,640,830.57 1,325,580,382.53 9,584,508,053.07


Accumulated Depreciation : As at October 31, 2005 Depreciation for the year Disposal/Transfer out

(50,841,735.79) (2,445,230.85) -

(803,154,547.12) (3,803,612,952.36) (50,206,636.93) (123,481,702.06) 12,242,183.74 24,897,026.08

(268,854,257.83) (247,805,174.41) (41,632,368.94) (12,559,772.53) 1,367,597.00 3,140,140.42

- (5,174,268,667.51) - (230,325,711.31) 41,646,947.24

As at October 31, 2006

(53,286,966.64)

(841,119,000.31) (3,902,197,628.34)

(309,119,029.77) (257,224,806.52)

- (5,362,947,431.58)

1,116,457,102.06 2,576,175.73

519,432,996.35 2,711,541,355.06 (437,488.81) -

4,658,000.00 -

22,805,955.42 -

-

4,374,895,408.89 (437,488.81) 2,576,175.73

1,119,033,277.79

519,432,996.35 2,711,103,866.25

4,658,000.00

22,805,955.42

-

4,377,034,095.81

Accumulated Depreciation - Revaluation Surplus on Assets : As at October 31, 2005 (47,416,771.37) Depreciation for the year Disposal/Transfer out -

(216,289,033.09) (945,190,902.71) (33,465,478.50) (166,017,145.68) 63,038.77

(4,658,000.00) -

(4,773,751.71) (3,577,775.52) -

- (1,218,328,458.88) - (203,060,399.70) 63,038.77

(249,754,511.59) (1,111,145,009.62)

(4,658,000.00)

(8,351,527.23)

- (1,421,325,819.81)

Revaluation Surplus on Assets : As at October 31, 2005 Disposal Reclassified As at October 31, 2006

As at October 31, 2006 Allowance for Impairment on Assets : As at October 31, 2005 (Increase) Decrease

(47,416,771.37)

(22,193,993.07) -

(3,657,412.06) -

-

-

-

-

(25,851,405.13) -

As at October 31, 2006

(22,193,993.07)

(3,657,412.06)

-

-

-

-

(25,851,405.13)

Book Value : As at October 31, 2005

1,634,956,991.84

842,874,256.18 2,665,422,608.05

95,088,157.85

56,469,137.63 541,707,416.02 5,836,518,567.57

As at October 31, 2006

1,881,231,882.87

884,503,201.78 2,830,963,708.06

169,267,864.88

59,870,452.24 1,325,580,382.53 7,151,417,492.36

Depreciation in Income Statement For the Year ended on October 31, 2005 For the Year ended on October 31, 2006

159,929,376.23 228,462,921.25

The Company Only (Unit : Baht) Land and Land Building Machinery and Improvement and Construction Equipment

Motor Vehicle and Furniture and Asset in Labor Saving Tools Office Equipment Construction

Total

243,033,031.40 16,143,389.00 (14,743,905.00) 7,832,825.00

713,333,106.55 2,220,587,160.35 941,095.00 5,506,356.82 37,090,221.59 123,710,224.42 (26,562,657.63) -

275,090,175.74 41,355,286.07 5,872,463.54 (1,215,000.00) -

61,747,433.70 93,576,870.57 3,607,367,778.31 2,500,607.34 266,759,170.48 333,205,904.71 5,936,900.00 172,609,809.55 (29,212.03) (42,550,774.66) - (172,609,809.55) (172,609,809.55) 7,832,825.00

As at October 31, 2006

252,265,340.40

751,364,423.14 2,323,241,083.96

321,102,925.35

70,155,729.01 187,726,231.50 3,905,855,733.36

Accumulated Depreciation : As at October 31, 2005 Depreciation for the year Disposal/Transfer out

-

(324,362,574.19) (1,684,361,762.29) (32,220,778.76) (55,143,921.73) 23,550,907.95

(201,090,858.34) (28,424,347.68) 1,214,998.00

(44,291,198.56) (5,797,423.92) 27,908.19

- (2,254,106,393.38) - (121,586,472.09) 24,793,814.14

As at October 31, 2006

-

(356,583,352.95) (1,715,954,776.07)

(228,300,208.02)

(50,060,714.29)

- (2,350,899,051.33)

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Revaluation Surplus on Assets : As at October 31, 2005 Reclassified As at October 31, 2006 Accumulated Depreciation Revaluation Surplus on Assets : As at October 31, 2005 Depreciation for the year As at October 31, 2006

231,051,056.43 2,576,175.73

149,372,447.31 -

584,615,289.15 -

-

-

-

965,038,792.89 2,576,175.73

233,627,232.16

149,372,447.31

584,615,289.15

-

-

-

967,614,968.62

-

(20,778,533.54) (9,882,182.76)

(83,655,295.87) (47,817,618.24)

-

-

-

(104,433,829.41) (57,699,801.00)

-

(30,660,716.30)

(131,472,914.11)

-

-

-

(162,133,630.41)

Allowance for Impairment on Assets : As at October 31, 2005 (22,193,993.07) (Increase) Decrease -

(2,697,256.70) -

-

-

-

-

(24,891,249.77) -

(2,697,256.70)

-

-

-

-

(24,891,249.77)

As at October 31, 2006

(22,193,993.07)

Book Value : As at October 31, 2005

451,890,094.76

514,867,189.43 1,037,185,391.34

73,999,317.40

17,456,235.14

As at October 31, 2006

463,698,579.49

510,795,544.50 1,060,428,682.93

92,802,717.33

20,095,014.72 187,726,231.50 2,335,546,770.47

Depreciation in Income Statement For the Year ended on October 31, 2005 For the Year ended on October 31, 2006

93,576,870.57 2,188,975,098.64

91,598,641.00 120,944,655.93

In the consolidated and the Companyûs financial statements, as at October 31, 2006 and 2005, the Company and its subsidiary companies pledged a part of land together with construction and machinery at cost amount of Baht 3,354.30 million and Baht 2,470.75 million respectively as collaterals against short - term and long - term credit facilities with commercial banks. For the Year ended on October 31, 2006 and 2005, in the consolidated financial statements, the cost of project during construction included interest expense of Baht 14.79 million and Baht 2.86 million respectively arisen from long - term loans obtained for construction of factory and machine installation. As at October 31, 2006 and 2005, the Companyûs land in the amount of Baht 12.84 million in both years is the land the Company has utilized as cane plantation but has not received the title deeds. At present, it is in the process of applying for the lands title deeds. As at October 31, 2006 and 2005, building under construction and machines under installation of a subsidiary company for the amounts of Baht 771.53 million and Baht 125.46 million respectively were made on land leased from the parent company for the period of 30 years. As at October 31, 2006 and 2005, in the consolidated financial statements, assets in cost value of Baht 3,427.00 million and Baht 3,289.32 million respectively and in the Companyûs financial statements, of Baht 1,159.89 million and Baht 1,164.19 million respectively, were fully depreciated but still in use. As the Company and its subsidiary companies choose to account by cost method and when there is an increase in asset revaluation, only net value of increase book value with be recorded to related asset account along side with revaluation surplus on assets as at October 31, 2006 in the consolidated and the Company onlyûs financial statements, there appeared depreciation of capital surplus being charged to revaluation surplus on assets account under the shareholdersû equity for the amounts of Baht 203.06 million and Baht 57.70 million respectively. Also as at October 31, 2005 in the consolidated and the Company onlyûs financial statements there appeared depreciation of capital surplus being charged to revaluation surplus on assets account under the shareholdersû equity for the amounts of Baht 220.62 million and Baht 58.11 million respectively. If the Company choose to accounts for depreciation for capital surplus through the income statement, the net profit for the year 2006 and 2005 in the consolidated financial statements will be shown at less amount of Baht 203.06 million and Baht 220.62 million and earning per share lowered by Baht 0.13 per share and Baht 0.15 per share and in the Company onlyûs financial statements net profit will be shown lower by Baht 57.70 million and Baht 58.11 million and earnings per share lowered by Baht 0.04 per share in both years.


17. Loans for Cane Plantation Development As at October 31, 2006 and 2005, three subsidiary companies gave loans to cane farmers for development of cane plantation in order to use such loans to buy land for plantation purpose and agricultural equipment. The loans contracts are for the term of 3-10 years onward and interest rate is 6.00-10.00% per annum and 6.00-8.50 % per annum respectively. Most of farmers used land and vehicle as collaterals. 18. Bank Overdrafts and Short - Term Loans due to Financial Institutions Consisted of: (Unit : Baht) The Company Only As at October 31,

Consolidated As at October 31, Bank Overdrafts Loans due to Financial Institutions Packing Credit Trust Receipt Letter of Credit Total

2006 2005 2006 2005 4,109,235.15 2,856,568.78 933,000,000.00 165,000,000.00 845,000,000.00 125,000,000.00 153,167,380.00 129,927,550.00 195,703,104.12 4,063,580.00 40,345,027.35 1,285,979,719.27 342,192,726.13 845,000,000.00 125,000,000.00

In the consolidated and the Companyûs financial statements as at October 31, 2006 and 2005, loans due to financial institutions are loans in the form of promissory notes with the maturity period ranged from 3-6 months, carrying interest rates of 5.375-6.75% and 2.30-4.75% per annum respectively. Bank overdrafts, short - term loans due to financial Institutions, trust receipt and letter of credit were guaranteed by pledging part of land and construction, machinery and equipment and fixed deposits of the Company and its subsidiary companies as collaterals. In the consolidated financial statements as at October 31, 2006 and 2005, packing credits was a loan contract of a subsidiary company with a commercial bank for the benefit of a related company with the board of directors of the said subsidiary company offered their personal guarantees. The related company issued a promissory note with the same amount as the packing credit loan and gave it as a guarantee. The interest is chargeable at MLR per year and part of the principal amounting to Baht 76.28 million is due for repayment by 2015. Creditors withhold the right to change the period of payment annually. 19. Trade Accounts and Notes Payable Consisted of: (Unit : Baht) The Company Only As at October 31,

Consolidated As at October 31,

As at October 31, 2006, the Company and its subsidiary companies record cane price for production season 2005/2006 using announced initial cane price for production season 2005/2006 as announced by the office of the Cane and Sugar Board in the letter dated May 23, 2006 and published in the Royal Gazette dated June 5, 2006. This price is Baht 800 per cane ton with sweetness level at 10 c.c.s. and fluctuating cane price per one c.c.s. is fixed at Baht 48.00 per cane ton. Until the report date of the Auditorûs Report, the office of the Cane and Sugar Board has not yet announced a final cane price for the production season 2005/2006, the Company and its subsidiary companies have to record trade accounts payable - cane

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2006 2005 2006 2005 301,550,103.71 170,237,478.07 90,005,803.59 113,513,569.81 191,609,689.53 111,675,089.20 116,120,076.23 100,213,080.27 13,439,466.23 2,220,652.74 11,856,372.18 506,599,259.47 284,133,220.01 217,982,252.00 213,726,650.08


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purchase and calculated the cost of goods sold and inventories at the end of the period for the year ended on October 31, 2006 from estimation by the management of the Company and its subsidiary companies at cane price of Baht 1,009.49 - 1,072.53 per cane ton. The Company and its subsidiary companies believe that the final cane price will close to the estimated cane price. As at October 31, 2005, the Office of the Cane and Sugar Board had not announced the final price of cane for the production season year 2004/ 2005, so the Company and three subsidiary companies recorded the cane trade accounts payable and calculated the cost of goods sold and inventories at the end of the period as at October 31, 2005 by using the final price of cane estimated by the Company and its subsidiary companiesû management. In the first quarter of the year 2006, the Office of the Cane and Sugar Board announced the final price of cane for the production season year 2004/2005 in the letter No. Or Kor 0602/Vor 3655 dated December 26, 2005 and in the Royal Gazette dated December 23, 2005, where there was no difference between the announced final price of cane and the estimate made by the Company and its subsidiary companiesû management. 20. Accrued Stabilization Function Payment As at October 31, 2006 and 2005, the whole amount was the amount that the Company and its subsidiary companies had to pay to the Office of the Cane and Sugar Fund to stabilize the cane and sugar industry basing on the production of cane and sugar. 21. Long - Term Loans Consisted of: Consolidated As at October 31, Loans due to Commercial Banks Less Current Portion of Long - Term Loans Net

2006 2005 908,453,731.60 308,396,120.00 (85,100,000.00) (148,600,000.00)

(Unit : Baht) The Company Only As at October 31, 2006 2005 35,000,000.00 155,000,000.00 (35,000,000.00) (120,000,000.00)

823,353,731.60 159,796,120.00

-

35,000,000.00

Movement of long - term loans for the year ended on October 31, 2006 is as follows: Consolidated Beginning book value balance Increase in the Period Repayment in the Period Ending book value balance

308,396,120.00 761,557,611.60 (161,500,000.00) 908,453,731.60

The Company Only 155,000,000.00 (120,000,000.00) 35,000,000.00

In the consolidated and the Companyûs financial statements as at October 31, 2006 and 2005, the Company and its subsidiary companies obtained loans from three commercial banks with interest rates at 3.50 to MLR-1.25% per annum and at 3.50 to MLR-0.50% per annum. The credit facilities obtained can be classified in to 7 credit lines with the important covenants as follows:ë The parent companyûs principal limit of the first credit line is amounting to Baht 490.00 million with the remaining principal of Baht 35.00 million and Baht 155.00 million respectively. The repayment period is 4 years since the date of first withdrawal of the loan, which is repayable every 6 months. The first installment is to be made on June 2004 until June 2007 for the total of 7 installments at amount of Baht 60.00 million each. The final installment is to be made on December 2007 at Baht 70.00 million. The interest is monthly repayable. The Company pledged a part of machinery and equipment as collateral and this loan has following important conditions:❍

The Company has to register the pledge of machinery with equipment as collateral within 6 months from the date of first withdrawal of the loan. The Company agreed to pay the fee in early repayment of loan at the rate of 2.00% of the early repaid principal or paid exceeding the terms in the agreement, except when the loan repayment is made from the money received from capital increase and/or profit from the Companyûs operation.


ë A subsidiary companyûs principal limit of the second credit line is amounting to Baht 200.00 million with the remaining principal of Baht 0.10 million and Baht 36.60 million respectively. The repayment period is repayable every 6 months. The first installment is to be made on March 2002 until September 2006 for the total of 10 installments at amount of Baht 14.30 million each and the final installment is to be made on March 2007 at amount of Baht 14.00 million. The subsidiary company pledged land together with construction and machinery as collateral against credit facility. ë A subsidiary companyûs principal limit of the third credit line is amounting to Baht 200.00 million with the remaining principal of Baht 200.00 million and Baht 116.80 million respectively. The principal have the grace period of 2 years 6 months from the date of the first withdrawal (July 19, 2005). Afterward, the repayments are to be made at six-monthly totalling 10 installments. The repayment for 1st to 9th installment is at Baht 20.00 million per installment. The remaining principal must be repaid on the 10th installment. The interest is monthly repayable. The subsidiary company pledged all land together with construction that the subsidiary company may have in the future and all machinery of project and this loan has following important conditions :The subsidiary company must have the registered capital at not less than Baht 100.00 million and the paid-up capital must be not less than 25% prior to or at the date of the first withdrawal of the loan. The parent company must paid the shareholding proportion in the said subsidiary company at the rate not less than 85% of the issued and paid-up share capital though out the period of the loan. The subsidiary company is not able to pay dividend except when it can repay the principal and interest according to the contract. Except loans from shareholders or affiliated companies, the subsidiary company must not enter into any long-term loan contract unless it has obtained prior approval from the lenders. ë A subsidiary companyûs principal limit of the fourth credit line is amounting to Baht 800.00 million with the remaining principal as at October 31, 2006 of Baht 272.35 million. The principal have the grace period of 3 years 6 months from the date of the first withdrawal (December 30, 2005). Afterward, the repayments are to be made at six-monthly totalling 14 installments. The repayment for 1st to 13th installment is at Baht 57.50 million. The remaining principal must be repaid on the 14th installment and this loan has following important conditions :ë The subsidiary company must hand over the leasehold right of the factory land to the bank where the land leasehold period must be not less than 30 years. ë The subsidiary company has to register the pledge of construction that the subsidiary company may have in the future and machinery of project with the principal of pledge at Baht 1,000.00 million to be completed within 2 years from the date of the first withdrawal. ë The parents company fully guaranteed against any form of credit facility. ë The subsidiary company, with the bank as its the beneficiary, insured the constructions and machinery. The highest insured value must be equal to the value acceptable by the insurance company. ë A subsidiary companyûs principal limit of the fifth credit line is amounting to Baht 300.00 million with the remaining principal as at October 31, 2006 of Baht 295.00 million. The repayment period is repayable every 6 months. The first installment is to be made on September 2006 until March 2012 for the total of 12 installments contractual. The repayment for 1st - 2nd installment is at Baht 5.00 million, 3rd - 4th installment is at Baht 25.00 million, 5th - 8th installment is at Baht 27.50 million, 9th - 10th installment is at Baht 30.00 million and 11th - 12th installment is at Baht 35.00 million. The interest is monthly repayable. The subsidiary company pledged land together with construction and machinery as collateral against credit facility. ë A subsidiary companyûs principal limit of the sixth credit line is amounting to Baht 200.00 million with the remaining principal as at October 31, 2006 of Baht 65.00 million. Interest is payable every three months and repayment of the principal loan to be made twice every year for the total of 12 installments within May 31, and November 30 of each year. Installments of principle repayment are uneven ranging from Baht 5.00 - 30.00 million commencing from first installment on May 31, 2009 and the last one within November 30, 2014. The parent company has jointly guaranteed for the full amount. ë A subsidiary companyûs principal limit of the seventh credit line is amounting to Baht 100.00 million with the remaining principal as at October 31, 2006 of Baht 41.00 million. Interest is payable on the end date of each month and repayment of principal has to be made every six months for 10 installments at Baht 10.00 million each with the first installment falls on the last working day of the sixth month since the first withdrawal of the loan (August 7, 2006) and full repayment completed within five years since the first withdrawal of the loan. The subsidiary companyûs land together with construction on it was pledged as collateral. ❍

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22. Surplus from Internal Restructure of Entities under Common Control In the consolidated financial statements, movement of surplus from internal restructure of entities under common control for the year ended on October 31, 2006 is as follows: (Unit : Baht) Revaluation Surplus on Discount from Internal Restructure of Net Assets-Subsidiary Entities under Common Control Companies Beginning balance Decrease in the period Ending balance

1,502,788,537.06 (115,212,407.41) 1,387,576,129.65

(263,643,310.39) (263,643,310.39)

1,239,145,226.67 (115,212,407.41) 1,123,932,819.26

23. Dividend Paid and Legal Reserve In accordance with the minutes of the annual shareholdersû general meeting No. 1/2549 held on February 27, 2006, it was unanimously resolved to appropriate Baht 16.42 million from net profit in 2005 and Baht 36.40 million from net profit of the previous year to legal reserve, and to pay dividends, from operating result of the Company from November 1, 2004 to October 31, 2005 at the rate of Baht 0.16 per share totalling Baht 247.98 million. The dividend had been paid to shareholders on March 27, 2006. In the fourth quarter of the year 2006, the Company had appropriated net profit for the year 2006 as a legal reserve in amount of Baht 30.20 million under the Public Companies Act. In accordance with the minutes of the annual shareholdersû general meeting No.1/2548 held on January 14, 2005, it was unanimously approved to pay interim dividend from the operating result for the year 2004 at Baht 20.00 per share aggregating to Baht 180.00 million as earlier approved by the minutes of board of directorsû meeting No.12/2546 held on November 21, 2003, and resolved to pay additional annual dividend from operating result of the year 2004 at Baht 0.50 per share aggregating to Baht 635.23 million. In the first quarter and the fourth quarter of the year 2005, the Company had appropriated part of net profits for the years 2004 and 2005 as a legal reserve in amount of Baht 36.40 million and Baht 16.42 million respectively under the Public Companies Act. 24. Corporate Income Tax The Company and its subsidiary companies made calculation of corporate income tax at 25-30 percent of net accounting profit before tax but after adding back non-tax allowable expense items in accordance with the Thai Revenue Code. 25. Cash and Cash Equivalents Consisted of: Consolidated As at October 31,

Cash and Cash at Banks Short - Term Investments ë Promissory Notes ë Investment in marketable securities Less Adjustment of investments to fair value Total Less Investment in marketable securities - Net Net

2006 2005 151,704,340.18 161,609,167.65

(Unit : Baht) The Company Only As at October 31, 2006 18,972,141.69

2005 15,460,540.86

24,000,000.00 102,000,000.00 5,734,022.50 5,370,616.25 (2,962,422.50) (278,866.25) 178,475,940.18 268,700,917.65 18,972,141.69 15,460,540.86 (2,771,600.00) (5,091,750.00) 175,704,340.18 263,609,167.65 18,972,141.69 15,460,540.86


In the consolidated financial statements as at October 31, 2006 and 2005, short - term investments were deposits in the form of promissory notes with interest rates of 4.00-4.625% and 1.25-3.25% per annum respectively. 26. Disclosure Of Sectoral Business Operations The Companyûs business operation relates to manufacture and distribution of sugar and molasses and also to offer leasing of space for office use. The Company only conduct its business in one geographical area namely Thailand. Details of the sectoral business operation are as follows:Consolidated For the years ended on October 31, 2006 and 2005 (Unit : Million Baht) Manufacture and Manufacture Distribution of Sugar and Distribution And molasses of Alcohol

Manufacture and sale of Electricity

2006

2005

2006 2005

3,127

2,358

594

1

8

2,635

2,977

-

-

-

Total

5,762

5,335

594

1

Profit (loss) from Operation

810

719

229

(9)

Net Sales and Services - Domestic - Foreign

2006 2005

Real Estate Rental

Land Appropriation for Housing

Others

2006 2005

2006 2005

2006

2005

1

130

191

2

2

3

-

-

-

-

-

-

8

1

130

191

2

2

3

(2)

53

94

(4)

(3)

Total

2006

2005

2

3,864

2,555

-

2,635

2,977

3

2

6,499

5,532

(54)

(13)

1,037

786

Interest Expenses

(109)

(42)

Corporate Income Tax

(213)

(194)

Net Profit after Interest Expenses and Corporate Income Tax

715

550

Less Net Profit of Parent Company before Acquisition of Shares

(3)

-

Less Net Profit of Minority Shareholders

(33)

(55)

Net Profit of Khon Kaen Sugar Industry Public Company Limited

679

495

Property Plant and Equipment-Net as at October 31

4,453

4,368

363

283

773

126

1,273

1,038

20

18

269

3

7,151

5,836

Central Assets

2,997

2,243

149

16

11

87

198

243

58

55

282

140

3,695

2,784

Total Assets as at October 31

7,450

6,611

512

299

784

213

1,471

1,281

78

73

551

143

10,846

8,620

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27. Obligations and Contingent Liabilities As at October 31, 2006 and 2005, apart from liabilities reflected in the balance sheets, the Company and its subsidiary companies have obligations and contingent liabilities as follows:27.1 The Company and its subsidiary companies have obligations relating to agreements to sell goods but not yet delivered as in the consolidated financial statements for the amounts of Baht 2,101.24 million and Baht 856.08 million respectively and as in the Companyûs financial statements for Baht 1,028.91 million and Baht 654.52 million respectively. 27.2 As at October 31, 2006, the Company and 3 of its subsidiary companies had issued post-dated cheques to farmers to purchase cane for the production season 2006/2007 at the total of Baht 372.70 million and production season 2007/2008 at the total of Baht 46.88 million and as at October 31, 2005, the Company and 3 of its subsidiary companies had issued post-dated cheques to farmers to purchase cane for the production season 2005/2006 at total of Baht 386.76 million. The Company and the subsidiary companies have not recorded the said liabilities as the cheques are not yet due and the cane of the said production season has not been received from farmers.


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2 0 0 6 27.3 The Company and its subsidiary companies had unutilized credit lines of bank overdrafts , short term and long term loans from commercial banks with the limits as in the consolidated financial statements of Baht 5,771.54 million and Baht 5,226.13 million respectively and as in the Company没s financial statements of Baht 1,408.00 million and Baht 1,833.00 million respectively. These credit lines were pledged with fixed deposits, land together with constructions, part of machinery and leasehold right of construction as collaterals and the subsidiary companies没 directors also participated in guarantee against the credit facilities. But when some of the credit lines have been drawn, the Company and its subsidiary companies must additionally pledge parts of their inventories as collaterals. 27.4 The Company and the three subsidiary companies had issued cheques as guarantee for abiding by the regulations to the Office of the Cane and Sugar Fund as follows:(Unit : Million Baht) Consolidated The Company Only As at October 31, As at October 31, 2006

For the production season 2003/2004 For the production season 2004/2005

2005 79.56

2006 85.07 79.56

2005 42.98

46.10 42.98

27.5 A subsidiary company made a sale-purchase contract with the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) on February 21, 2005 requiring the subsidiary company to commence selling electricity within October 31, 2006 for 21 years and EGAT agrees to buy electricity not less than 80% of electricity supply generated under the contract (20 megawatts) until the year prior to the final year of the contract. Nevertheless, in case the subsidiary company could not sell electricity under the contract within 12 months from October 31, 2006, it would deem that the contract expired. 27.6 A subsidiary company made two contracts to buy machine including installation for electricity generating biomass factory with 30 megawatts size with 2 separate companies to jointly undertake to import and install machines to be completed by June 25, 2006. As of October 31, 2005, the company has remaining obligations under the contracts of Baht 46.34 million and 147.00 million Japanese yen. 27.7 (Unit : Million Baht) Consolidated The Company Only As at October 31, As at October 31, 2006 Letters of Guarantees used

2005 93.32

2006 92.22

2005 1.33

1.33

27.8 In the consolidated financial statements and the Company only没s financial statements, the Company and its subsidiary companies没 credit lines issued from bank obligations pledged against land together with constructions, machinery, electricity generating equipment, and goods as collateral were not utilized. Such items pledged as collateral are as follows:Consolidated As at October 31, 2006 Currencies Letter of Credit Forward Contracts Letters of Guarantees Packing Credit

USD 55,484.42 20,000,000.00 -

2005 Baht 525,160,901.66 527,796,268.40 114,114,470.00 333,116,120.00

USD 23,060,000.00 -

Baht 891,654,972.00 800,000,000.00 109,110,000.00 356,355,950.00


The Company Only As at October 31, 2006 Currencies Letter of Credit Letters of Guarantees

USD

2005 Baht

-

USD

Baht

55,000,000.00 30,000,000.00

-

55,000,000.00 30,000,000.00

Apart from these, as at October 31, 2006 and 2005, the Company entered into an agreement to guarantee for the debt payment of two subsidiary companies for every type of debt that may occur in the future with a commercial bank at the limit of Baht 1,880 million in the both years. 28. Other Significant Information ë On February 16, 2006, Savannkhet Sugar Corporation, which is a subsidiary company, made a contract to develop area in the Lao Peopleûs Democratic Republic with the government of that country to be used is the subsidiary companyûs office, factory unit, road and area for cane plantation for the total area of 10,000 hectares covering the period of 30 years which can to extended for another 20 years if approved by the counter party. Presently further step is undertaking to fix the area for the purpose of calculating rental price which amounts to US$ 6 per hectare per year. ë In accordance to minutes of the Companyûs meeting of the executive board no. 8/2549 held on July 28, 2006, it resolved for the Company to invest in ordinary shares of Koh Kong Plantation Co., Ltd. and Koh Kong Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. at the rate of 50% in each company for the total US$ 5.00 million. This investment was a joint investment with foreigners and the said two companies has enter into the memorandum of understanding with the government of Kingdom of Cambodia on August 2, 2006 in order to build a sugar factory and to apply for a concession of area to plant canes in Koh Kong Province, Kingdom of Cambodia in total of 20,000 hectares covering period of 90 years. 29. Financial Instruments Policy to manage financial risk The Company and its subsidiary companies possess risk regarding to the change of market interest rate and in currency exchange rate and from nonperformance of contractual obligations by counter parties. The Company and its subsidiary companies will consider to using appropriate financial instruments when it considers necessary to manage such risks. However, the Company and its subsidiary companies do not have any policy to hold or issue any financial instruments for speculation or for trading. Risk on Interest Rate Risk on interest rates is derived from the change of the market interest rate in the future, which will affect upon the Company and its subsidiary companies operating results and cash flows, since the Company and its subsidiary companies have bank deposits, and loans due to financial Institutions. However, these financial assets and liabilities bear interest rates comparable to market interest rates, the Company and its subsidiary companies believe that no material risk derived from interest rates. Risk on Exchange Rate

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Risks on exchange rates for the Company and its subsidiary companies mainly involve with sales of goods and import of machine made in foreign currencies. As at October 31, 2006 and 2005, the Company and its subsidiary companies possessed assets and liabilities in foreign currencies over which the contract to hedge against risk of exchange rates has not been conducted as follows :-


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2 0 0 6 Consolidated As at October 31, Foreign Currency Assets Liabilities

US Dollar US Dollar Japanese yen

2006 11,025.00 147,000,000.00

2005 221,728.00 385,185.00 113,692,000.00

The Company Only As at October 31, Foreign Currency Assets

US Dollar

2006 11,025.00

2005 -

Credit Risk The Company and its subsidiary companies have risk on credit regarding trade accounts receivable, farmer accounts receivable, loans due from farmers and loans due from associated companies, related persons and companies. However, since the Company and its subsidiary companies pursue conservative lending policy and the numbers of debtors are several, the Company and its subsidiary companies do not anticipate any material damage from debt collections. Fair Value Since most of the financial assets and liabilities are short-term and loans bearing interest rates closed to market rates, the Company and its subsidiary companies management believes such financial assets and liabilities are presented in value not materially different from relevant fair value. 30. Provident Fund The Company and its subsidiary companies established a Provident Fund under provident fund Act. B.E. 2530. Employee member will have to pay contribution each month and the Company and its subsidiary companies also contributes an other portion at rates basing on working year of each employee. A domestic financial institution is appointed to act as manager of the fund. 31. Approved of Financial Statements These financial statements have been approved for issuance by the Company没s board of directors on December 22, 2006.


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