Indonesian new-vehicle sales totaled 28,063 units in August, a 44.5% decline compared with year ago's 50,613 deliveries. Despite the plunge, the result is promising for an industry that has been hurt by soaring fuel prices and rising interest rates in recent months. Average sales this year have fallen below 25,000 units per month. Toyota Motor Corp. retained its market lead with sales up 32.0% to 10,165 units. It was followed by Mitsubishi Motors Corp. (4,477), Suzuki Motor Corp. ...
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