Indonesia’s national car will be an electric vehicle, a government minister says. Research and Technology Minister Muhammad Nasir says the government chose EVs as they are environmentally friendly. Nasir also says Japan and South Korea are too far ahead in the technology of gasoline-powered cars in Asia to be able to compete with them. “Only electric cars, not ones fueled with oil or other fuels,” he is quoted as saying by the government’s Antara news agency. The ...

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