JAKARTA, July 15 (Reuters) - Indonesia's annual motorbike sales rose at a slightly lower pace in June than the previous month, industry data showed on Monday. Sales in June were up 13.8 percent from a year earlier, compared with a 14.7 annual percent in May. There were 750,829 motorbikes sold in Southeast Asia's biggest economy in June, or 1.5 percent more than the previous month, according to the Indonesian Motorbike Industry Association (AISI). For June, sales were led by ...
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