By Kevin Lim and Harry Suhartono SINGAPORE/JAKARTA, Nov 22 (Reuters) - French car maker Renault SA is looking at starting production in Indonesia, while other car manufacturers plan to step up their existing operations, a government official told Reuters. Indonesia is keen to compete with Thailand as the region's centre for car production, catering to a regional market of about half a billion increasingly affluent consumers. Investment by the world's top auto manufacturers would help ...
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