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PT Astra International Tbk is an Indonesia-based automotive manufacturer. It comprises six business divisions: Automotive, Financial Services, Heavy Equipment, Agribusiness, Information Technology and Infrastructure. The Company is an integrated automotive business with operations ranging from automotive and component manufacturing, distribution and after sales services throughout Indonesia, car rental, used car sales, consumer finance for automotive products, insurance and infrastructure. As of December 31, 2007, it had a total number of 25 direct and indirect subsidiaries. It has partnerships with some international automotive entities such as Toyota, Honda, Daihatsu, Isuzu, BMW, Peugeot, Lexus and Nissan Diesel. In addition, it has formed strategic alliances with international corporations including Komatsu, Fuji-Xerox and CMG. The Company is headquartered in Jakarta, Indonesia.
ASII: luncurkan skuter Honda Beat
Astra mengeluarkan skuter Honda Beat baru dengan mesin 110 cc senilai Rp. 12 Juta. Produk baru tersebut membidik konsumen muda dan nantinya bersaing dengan Yamaha Mio yang telah memiliki 10 % pangsa pasar.
Sumber: eTrading Securities
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