Indonesia Astra says Japan supply woes to not hurt 2011 results


JAKARTA, July 28 (Reuters) - Astra International , Indonesia's biggest listed firm and main auto distributor, said on Thursday that auto supply disruptions from Japan after its earthquake and tsunami in March will not hurt its full year results. "Group Astra is confident that the Japan situation will not impact our year-end 2011 achievement," said Prijono Sugiarto, Astra's CEO, in a statement. "Demand prospects for Astra's products and services are expected to be remain high." (Reporting ...

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