JAKARTA, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Indonesia's anti-monopoly commission said on Tuesday it had appealed to the Supreme court to overturn a lower court ruling that local holding firm, PT Holdiko Perkasa, had not violated competition laws over the sale of a domestic car maker. The South Jakarta Court earlier this month said Holdiko -- which holds more than 100 companies of the debt-laden Salim Group -- had not violated the laws over the sale of PT Indomobil Sukses International , once owned by ...
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