The Subaru Singapore team called for the pitch, looking to boost market share in the country. Presentation should take place this week in Jakarta.
The brand’s market share is still small in Indonesia, given that its distributor, TC Subaru, targeted to sell only 2,500 cars last year.
The Association of Indonesian Automotive Manufacturers Gaikindo expects the country's car sales to increase 10 per cent in 2014, to 1.3 million vehicles. Japanese automakers...
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