JAKARTA — Despite the furor it caused the first time around, the Indonesian government reportedly is considering raising the specter of a second national car project. This time with an eye to raising the local content of domestically made vehicles. The first national car project was run by PT Timor Putra Nasional, which was headed by former President Suharto's third son, Hutomo Mandala Putra. The cars were produced in a joint venture with Kia Motors Corp. of South Korea, which shipped ...

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