By Eveline Danubrata JAKARTA, Dec 10 (Reuters) - General Motors Co, the world's second-biggest car maker, is trying to break the Japanese stranglehold on the popular family car market in Indonesia, where it sees the next auto boom after China, a senior executive said. Despite being in Indonesia for about 30 years longer than Japan's Toyota Motor Corp and its affiliates including Daihatsu Motor Co Ltd, the U.S. company is only a small player in Southeast Asia's biggest ...
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