JAKARTA — BMW AG and Mercedes-Benz expect bullish sales here this year thanks to market recovery and a more favorable government automotive policy. The sole agent of BMW in Indonesia, PT Tjahja Sakti Motor, says that sales were expected to reach about 2,500 vehicles this year, up from about 900 last year. The sole agent of Mercedes-Benz, PT DaimlerChrysler Indonesia, predicts its sales this year will swell to about 2,000 vehicles from 600 last year. “The car market will continue to ...
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