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Byline: The Jakarta Post, Jakarta
PT Garuda Mataram Motor (GMM), the authorized dealer of German car brand Audi, targets to increase its sales by roughly 70 percent this year to 600 units in a bid to strengthen its position in the growing luxury car market in Indonesia.
GMM president director Andrew Nasuri said the target was in line with the quota set by the brand's principal, Audi AG.
Actual demand, he said, could be well over 700 units.
"Last year's demand was up to 400 units, but we could only supply 350 units. As for this year, we have asked the principal to increase the quota for Indonesia," Andrew announced during the launch of the new Audi …