JAKARTA, May 30 (Reuters) - South Korean car maker Hyundai Motor is aiming to invest in Indonesia to build a manufacturing plant to tap strong consumer demand, an Indonesian newspaper said on Monday. Hyundai Indonesia has asked its parent company Hyundai Motor to invest in a factory to be finished in 2013, the Bisnis Indonesia newspaper quoted Jongkie D. Sugiarto, CEO of Hyundai Indonesia, as saying. No investment figure was mentioned. Indonesia's investment chief said last year that ...
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