BANGKOK, June 27 (Reuters) - Thailand may ration water supplies to some factories in its drought-hit eastern industrial belt if attempts to boost water pressure from a main reservoir to users fail, a government official said on Monday. But rationing would affect only the Laem Chabang industrial estate, home to 120 factories, most of them auto part makers, not the Map Ta Phut zone where petrochemical companies and refiners have major plants, the official said. "The rationing plan will ...
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