BANGKOK, June 28 (Reuters) - Water in reservors around Thailand's eastern industrial belt has receded to critical levels that can feed industrial users for only another 44 days, a private industries group said on Tuesday. Dozens of heavy industrial plants in Rayong and Map Ta Phut would be seriously affected if rainfall did not increase in the region in weeks ahead and their reservoirs replenished, Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) officials said. The FTI asked the government to step ...
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