Malaysian national auto maker Perusahaaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd (Perodua) says it will enter the Indonesian market with its popular Myvi car by the second half of next year. Managing Director Hafiz Bakar says in a published report the auto maker’s entrance will be timely, as the Indonesian automotive market is expected to recover later in 2007. The Myvi will be marketed in Indonesia through PT Astra International. Perodua now exports to the U.K., Middle East, Nepal, Cyprus and Sri ...
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