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Jakarta Post

Auto industry struggles at home, overseas

  • Rachmadea Aisyah

    The Jakarta Post

Tangerang, Banten   /   Fri, July 19 2019   /  02:26 am
New set of wheels: Vice President Jusuf Kalla (left), Industry Minister Airlangga Hartato (second left) and Astra International president director Prijono Sugiarto check out a Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride (F-CR) automobile at the 27th Indonesian Automotive Manufacturers Association (Gaikindo) International Auto Show (GIIAS) 2019 at ICE BSD, Tangerang, Banten, on Thursday. Twenty passenger car brands, 10 commercial car brands and 12 motorcycle brands are participating in GIIAS 2019, which is being held from July 18 to 28 with the theme “Future in Motion”. (JP/Dhoni Setiawan)(left), Industry Minister Airlangga Hartato (second left) and Astra International president director Prijono Sugiarto check out a Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride (F-CR) automobile at the 27th Indonesian Automotive Manufacturers Association (Gaikindo) International Auto Show (GIIAS) 2019 at ICE BSD, Tangerang, Banten, on Thursday. Twenty passenger car brands, 10 commercial car brands and 12 motorcycle brands are participating in GIIAS 2019, which is being held from July 18 to 28 with the theme “Future in Motion”. (JP/Dhoni Setiawan)

New set of wheels: Vice President Jusuf Kalla (left), Industry Minister Airlangga Hartato (second left) and Astra International president director Prijono Sugiarto check out a Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride (F-CR) automobile at the 27th Indonesian Automotive Manufacturers Association (Gaikindo) International Auto Show (GIIAS) 2019 at ICE BSD, Tangerang, Banten, on Thursday. Twenty passenger car brands, 10 commercial car brands and 12 motorcycle brands are participating in GIIAS 2019, which is being held from July 18 to 28 with the theme “Future in Motion”. (JP/Dhoni Setiawan)The automotive industry, one of Indonesia’s key manufacturing sectors, has yet to show satisfactory results at the mid-point of 2019, with business players citing weaker economic indicators and slow progress on regulatory improvements as the main challenges.The Association of Indonesian Automotive Manufacturers (Gaik...