Automakers show off at expo
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Sluggish economic growth and weak purchasing power sums up the current state of the country’s economy. However, this analysis appeared not to deter thousands of car lovers who flocked to the opening of Indonesia’s largest authoshow, the Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS), on Thursday. Believing that many of them are still keen to buy new cars, the organizer, the A...
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