(Reuters) – General Motors Co. is banking on a no-frills "people mover" to help it make inroads into the Japanese-dominated Indonesian car sector, one of Asia's hottest auto markets. Marcos Purty, head of GM's Indonesian operations, told Reuters that production of the Chevrolet Spin – a van with three rows of seats – at its newly restarted plant near Jakarta has significantly pushed up sales. The Spin, which is priced as low as at 139.7 million rupiah ($ 14,360), hit Chevrolet showrooms in Indonesia in early May, and its impact has been felt almost instantly, according to Purty. …
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