JAKARTA — Asian Honda Motor Co. Ltd. reportedly plans to invest US$11.5 million in a new plant in Indonesia, designed to manufacture electrical parts for the automotive industry. The project will be operated in conjunction with three Japanese motorcycle and automobile parts manufacturers as well as Honda’s two Indonesian joint-venture partners. Officials say the plant will be operational by July 2002. The objective of the new initiative, officials say, is to take advantage of the ...

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