The Jakarta Post
Association of Indonesian Automotive Manufacturers (Gaikindo) chairman Yohannes Nangoi has said automotive sales are expected to increase 3.7 percent to 1.1 million vehicles this year.
"Auto sales are still flat," he said on Monday.
Vehicle sales stood at 1.06 million last year.
As of March, almost 300,000 vehicles had been sold, Yohannes said, without elaborating on sales numbers, last year.
He said the economic slowdown was the cause of the slow sales.
He expected commercial cars, multipurpose vehicles and low-cost green cars to lead the sales growth this year. (bbn)