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Chon Buri

 

a city in Thailand, on the Gulf of Thailand. Capital of the changwat (province) of Chon Buri. Population, 40,500 (1965). A transportation and trade center on the Bangkok-Sattahip highway, Chon Buri has a food-processing industry, the principal product of which is sugar.

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TOKYO, Jan 19, 2018 - (JCN Newswire) - Mazda Motor Corporation today announced the opening of a new engine machining factory at its powertrain plant in Thailand's Chonburi Province, Mazda Powertrain Manufacturing (Thailand) Co.
There were eight individuals in total on the fishing boat, which sank after the crash 61 kilometres off the coast of Chonburi province, with three of the sailors hailing from Thailand and five from Cambodia.
Workers unload sandbags to build a barrier from floodwaters at a factory at Amata Nakorn industrial estate in Chonburi province, eastern Thailand Oct.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO:6503) revealed on Monday that its Thai subsidiary Mitsubishi Electric Consumer Products (Thailand) Co Ltd will expand its manufacturing and logistics capabilities with a new facility in Chonburi Province.
Meanwhile, the drought situation in eastern Chonburi province and southern Satun province has improved, he added.
The man, who police identified as 37-year-old Zaw May Zir, died on Monday evening at a factory in southeastern Chonburi province, 80 kilometres (50 miles) southeast of Bangkok.
The [yen] 5 billion investment at the company's plant in the Saha Group Industrial Park in Siracha, Chonburi Province, Thailand, will start-up in November 2015.
Moments after his appointment Prayuth, who was inspecting troops at an army camp in Chonburi province south of Bangkok, was asked by reporters whether he had heard the news.
The 21-year-old from Chonburi province southeast of Bangkok said she agreed to carry the child for a fee of Aus$16,000 (US$14,900) -- enough to educate her own two children and pay back debts.
Mazda Motor Corporation (TYO: 7267), a Japan-based automaker, has started construction of its new transmission plant, Mazda Powertrain Manufacturing Thailand Co Ltd, in Thailand's Chonburi province.
Annual production capacity at the plant in Chonburi Province will jump to around 610,000 engines in 2015 from about 320,000 at present for the vehicles subject to Toyota's Innovative International Multi-purpose Vehicle project, the automaker said.
Police from Sattahip police station, in Chonburi province, were said to have been notified of Mr Farrell's death at around 2.