BANGKOK — Sales of cars and trucks in Southeast Asia's four main markets reach 989,884 units in 2000, a 46.5% rise over 1999 in the combined markets of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. The sales, however, may prove difficult to sustain. Indonesia's sales jumped 270%, from 94,474 units in 1999 to 300,573 units last year, due to pent-up demand caused by 1999's political and economic unrest. Thailand and Malaysia each saw sales climb 20%, to 262,189 units and 343,173 ...
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