BEIJING — The Indonesian government is considering buying buses from China to improve the country's transportation system, Indonesian Minister of Transportation and Telecommunication Agum Gumelar tells reporters in Beijing. Agum says the government is interested because China's transportation vehicles are much cheaper and no less sophisticated than those made by European countries. A recent visit to Indonesia by China's Vice President Hu Jin Tao sparked the idea. During the visit, Hu ...

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