Indonesia is on course this year to overtake military-ruled Thailand as the biggest car market in Southeast Asia, an industry-watcher says. Masaki Honda, automotive and transportation consulting director-Asia Pacific for research firm Frost & Sullivan’s Masaki Honda estimates Indonesian sales will increase 6.5% to 1.23 million units this year after January-to-May growth of 6.8% to 531,805 units. At the same time, politically torn Thailand, previously the region’s market ...

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