The Indonesia auto industry, with Japanese vehicles accounting for 90% of sales, is expecting a decline in deliveries this year due to Japan’s March 11 earthquake and tsunami. The Indonesian Automotive Manufacturers Assn. (Gaikindo), therefore, is reducing its full-year sales target from 850,000 to 800,000 vehicles because of an expected drop in the supply of spare parts from Japan, The Jakarta Post reports. Gaikindo Chairman Sudirman Maman Rusdi is quoted as saying he is positive auto ...
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