Indonesian new-car sales are expected to fall by 150,000 units to 180,000 deliveries this year, the Association of Indonesian Auto Industries (Gaikindo) predicts. Sales are expected to decline 25% to 30% this year to 420,000-450,000 units from a record 600,000 deliveries in 2008, Gaikindo Secretary General Freddy Sutrisno tells the national Antara news agency. Sutrisno blames weakening public and corporate demand as a result of the global financial crisis. “Although it is quite hard to ...

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