TOKYO – Asia’s auto markets reported mixed results in 2013 with Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines all registering growth in production and sales while Thailand reported a decline in sales and flat production. Indonesian automakers produced a record 1.2 million vehicles, up 13% from the previous year’s high. According to the Association of Indonesia Automotive Industries, 2-wheel-drive vehicles accounted for 70% of output. Of the production total, exports rose to ...

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