Why we need to support Kiat Esemka, Jokowi and nationalism
The Indonesian car industry sector has quite a promising outlook. The Indonesian Automotive Industry Association (Gaikindo) estimates that 880,000 units were sold in 2011, beating its target of 850,000 units, and projected that 950,000 units would be sold in 2012.
Unfortunately, the nation’s nascent car industry cannot take advantage of increased sales numbers. Until now, so-called natio...
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