JAKARTA, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Indonesia's leading auto maker PT Astra International on Friday predicted the country's car sales would rise five to 7.5 percent next year, while the firm itself was expected to maintain a market share of around 43 percent. "Indonesia's car sales are seen rising 5-7.5 percent next year. Car sales in 2002 are estimated at 315,000 to 320,000 units," Astra president, Budi Setiadharma, told reporters after a shareholders meeting. He also forecast that Astra, 32 ...
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