New car sales in Indonesia rose 10.6% in the first quarter of 2012 to 249,589 units. The Indonesian Automotive Industry Association Gaikindo said the increase in sales was due, in part, to strong consumer purchasing power.
During the January-March 2011 quarter, the country’s automotive industry had accounted for sales of 225,739 …
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