JAKARTA, April 28 (Reuters) - Toyota Astra Motor (TAM), the distributor for Toyota cars in Indonesia, said on Thursday it would start a $40 million expansion of its manufacturing plant in November. "The realisation will be in November. We have invested $500 million since 2002 to anticipate higher demand for exports and in the domestic market," Johnny Darmawan, president director of the company, told reporters. TAM is jointly owned by Japan's biggest car maker, Toyota Motor Corp. , and PT ...
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