By The Nation
The investment will reach Bt2.7 billion, according to Ubon Ratchathani Industry Co Ltd’s managing director, Nattawat Lertsuravit.
Nattawat said the industrial estate will focus on food processing, biotechnology, health and tourism, agriculture equipment and vehicles for the agricultural industry.
Construction will start next year, and be completed in 2022.
“On completion, we expect the new manufacturing facilities in the estate to create 20,000 jobs,” he said.