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Indonesia’s new-car sales rose 8.2% in February to 111,765 units, driven higher by demand for low-cost green cars and boosting the industry’s hopes of achieving 1.2 million deliveries this year. The result came after January sales increased 7.0% to 103,510 units and left the year-to-date total up 7.6% to 215,277. Dutch-owned development company Indonesia Investments says low-cost green cars, introduced on Indonesia's market in 2013, accounted for about 15% of total sales in ...
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