JAKARTA, May 22 (Reuters) - The world's fourth largest carmaker, Volkswagen AG , is considering setting up a production base in Indonesia, a senior government official said on Tuesday. Budi Dharmadi, a director general at the trade ministry, said the company had expressed interest during a recent meeting with Trade Minister Fahmi Idris. "They are interested in entering the Indonesian market. It might be in the form of investment in an assembling plant. Right now, they are still ...
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