Indomobil plans 2.5 trln rph investment in 2-yrs


JAKARTA, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Indonesia's second-largest car company, PT Indomobil Sukses Internasional Tbk , plans to invest 2.5 trillion rupiah ($297 million) in parts production in the next two years, a report said on Friday. Company president Gunadi Sindhuwinata was quoted in Bisnis Indonesia newspaper as saying the investment would be allocated for parts production for Suzuki . Apart from Suzuki, Indomobil also distributes cars from other manufacturers, such as Nissan , Volvo , ...

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