JAKARTA, July 30 (Reuters) - Volkswagen plans to build an assembly plant in Indonesia next year to build a small car, a newspaper reported on Monday, citing an Indonesian government official. Budhi Dharmadi, a director general at the industry ministry, was quoted by the Investor Daily newspaper as saying the plant would manufacture vehicles with an engine size smaller than 1.5 litres and a van. Volkswagen officials could not immediately be contacted. Last month, French carmaker Renault ...
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