JAKARTA, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. , Japan's second largest auto maker, is aiming for a six-fold increase in sales in Indonesia next year, driven by the introduction of a new model, an official at its local unit said on Tuesday. The company, which sells a wide range of vehicles from sedans to light trucks in Indonesia, expects sales this year to halve to 5,000 because of a nationwide slump caused by a sharp increase in fuel prices. But it is hoping to bounce back with its new ...
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