Analytic firm Frost & Sullivan predicts Indonesia’s vehicle sales will grow 7.5% this year to 1.2 million units, supported by the stable growth of the domestic economy, and the total could be higher but for a number of regulations waiting to be enforced. Vivek Vaidya, vice president-Asia/Pacific automotive and transportation practice, says the growth will be helped by continuous investment flow, infrastructure development and increasing auto-production capacity. Demand for ...

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