JAKARTA, May 10 (Reuters) - Sales of motorbikes in Indonesia, an indicator of private consumption in Southeast Asia's top economy, grew at a slower pace in April, industry data showed on Friday. There were 658,673 motorbikes in the month sold in the country, up 6.7 percent from a year ago and led by Honda , Yamaha and Suzuki. Sales, driven by emerging middle class consumers and low interest rates, fell 1 percent on a monthly basis. First quarter gross domestic product (GDP) ...
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