Honda Motor Co. Ltd. plans to invest some $70 million in Indonesia by next March, according to a statement from the state Ministry of Industry and Trade. The auto maker, in conjunction with Indonesian partner PT Honda Prospect Motors, is building a state-of-the-art plant in Karawang, which is due to come on line in April 2003. Honda Stream The Ministry adds that associate component industries also plan to invest an additional $53 million. "When it starts operations next ...

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