REFILE-Facing gridlock, Jakarta takes aim at cheap, green car drive


* President encourages cheap, green cars as good for economy * Jakarta chief increases driving costs to slow demand * City's backlash forces automakers to adjust marketing plans * Jakarta's congested roads cost its economy $2.8 bln/yr By Randy Fabi and Andjarsari Paramaditha JAKARTA, Dec 11 (Reuters) - Indonesia's president wants to revive a flagging economy by selling cheap, fuel-efficient cars to an ...


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