JAKARTA, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Indonesian motorcycle sales in July jumped 30.25 percent year on year to 266,695 units, a fresh indication of strengthening domestic demand in the economy, an industry body said on Monday. The Association of Indonesian Motorcycle Producers, which accounts for 90 percent of sales in Indonesia, said in a statement that July sales were also stronger than June's 231,523 units. Indonesian motorcycle sales are a key gauge of domestic consumption, which accounts for ...
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