Indonesia’s truck sales are expected to remain weak next year, with businesses still concerned about the country’s economic and political situation, made worse with the approach of the 2004 elections, industry insiders say. Truck makers expect to sell 300,000 trucks in 2003, flat compared with this year’s levels. Officials say business would be discouraged from purchasing new trucks if the country’s political outlook were shaky. Indonesia has yet to fully recover from the economic crisis ...

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