TOKYO, July 28 (Reuters) - Suzuki Motor Corp is investing 60 billion yen ($611.4 million) to build a new passenger car plant in Indonesia, a spokesman said on Sunday, as Japanese automakers target the world's fourth most populous state. Japan's fourth biggest carmaker by sales volume is set to manufacture small cars in Indonesia based on its fuel-efficient 660 cc mini car "Wagon R" which is sold in Japan, spokesman Ei Mochizuki told Reuters. In Indonesia, Suzuki ...
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