VIENNA – The Renault-Nissan Alliance is taking significant steps to increase its presence in Indonesia, as the Japanese auto maker shows a new Datsun model for the local market and its French partner announces assembly plans in the country. Indonesia is among the top emerging markets in Southeast Asia, with a population of 250 million. The country, which has 36 vehicles for every 1,000 residents, is seen as one of the world’s most promising passenger-vehicle ...

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