Half Year, Indonesia Car Market Gains 17.2 Percent

Despite the lack of supply was disrupted due to natural disasters in Japan, in March 2011, Indonesia's car market continued to grow positively. The proof, along the first half of 2011, the market is predicted to increase 17.2 percent to 413,939 units compared to the same period last year recorded 353,095 units.

Johnny Darmawan, III Chairman of the Joint Indonesian Automotive Industries (Gaikindo), said the condition of the car market remains vibrant and is evidenced by the increasing number of pivot on certain models. In June, explains Johnny, the market is predicted to reach 65 000 units.

"With the sales figures (June), the likely target of 800,000 units by year's end could be achieved with good," said Johnny to Kompas.com on Wednesday (06/22/2011) yesterday in Jakarta. As the market leader, continued Johnny, Toyota is determined to restore its sales 36 percent share of the national automotive market.

"This month, we want to go back to the sales of 24,000 units and 30,000 units in July back to," lid Johnny, who also served as President Director of PT Toyota Astra Motor.


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