Indonesia's largest carmaker, PT Astra International, expects flat growth in car sales this year due to declining sales of its diesel-fueled Isuzu multipurpose vehicles and overall weak market demand. Budi Setiadharma, Astra president, tells local media that sales of Isuzu vans have been hurt by a steep rise in the price of diesel fuel since the government late last year halted its expensive diesel subsidy in an effort to shore up the country’s fiscal sustainability. Budi ...

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