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Byline: The Nation.
Yingcharoen Estate plans to invest at least Bt1.5 billion from its investment budget to build shopping plazas, including one in its Yingcharoen Market, once the economy recovers.
Investment funds will also be used to set up small shopping malls and fresh markets in areas adjacent to industrial estates nationwide.
CEO Parinya Tumwattana said of the Bt1.5 billion, Bt1 billion would be used to build the high-rise shopping plaza at Yingcharoen Market, atop part of the carpark. Another Bt200 million will go towards small shopping mall and fresh market at the Amata City Industrial Estate in Chon Buri's Sri Racha …