Indonesia's new-vehicle sales plunged 49% in the year's first half to 149,634 units, pushed downward by high fuel prices and interest rates. The Association of Indonesian Automotive Industries says the first-half total fell from 295,779 vehicles year-ago. It says monthly sales ranged between 22,000-26,000 units, a major decrease from 49,000-52,000 monthly deliveries in like-2005. PT Astra International TbK, which assembles Daihatsu, Isuzu, Nissan Diesel, Toyota and Peugeot brands, ...

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