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Indonesia: increased fuel prices could slow down new car sales


Southeast Asia's largest auto market was increasingly growing its quota of new car sales as the country is in the process of switching from two to four-wheel vehicles. But now the country’s recent petrol-price increase could jeopardize the increase rate of auto sales - President Joko Widodo decided last week to axe the oil subsidies, leading to a 30% raise in ...
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