Indonesia’s new-vehicle sales will fall about 34% this year to 350,000 units, from a record 533,910 deliveries in 2005, the country's largest automotive distributor, PT Astra International Tbk, says. That figure is well below the 370,000-400,000 units forecast by the Indonesian Automotive Industry Assn. "Sales of 400,000 new cars will only be achieved if the economic conditions are better than we expect," PT Astra International Director Prijono Sugiarto says at the company’s annual ...
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