TOKYO – Southeast Asian automakers had mixed results in the first half of 2014, with Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam generally up and Thailand and Taiwan down. Assemblies in Indonesia totaled 674,364 vehicles between January and June, up 14.9% year-on-year. Included were 404,099 vehicles with 2-wheel drive (down 5.3%); 144,484 pickup trucks (up 1.9%); 18,960 sedans (up 604.0%); 11,802 units with 4-wheel drive (down 7.1%); and 2,930 buses (up 6.5%). Sales of ...

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