Indonesian new-vehicle sales fell 20% in 2009 to 486,061, from 607,805 in 2008, but the result was better than the 400,000 units predicted at the beginning of the year. Gaikindo, the Indonesian Automotive Industries Assn., is expecting the momentum to continue as an economic recovery gets into full swing in Southeast Asia's largest economy. The association is forecasting sales to rise 15% to 20% in 2010, to nearly 600,000 units, the Jakarta Post reports. Heavy-hitter PT Astra ...

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