General Motors Indonesia has begun construction of its US$150m assembly plant in Bekasi.

The 40,000 units a year plant will produce passenger cars.

Completion is expected by 2013.

GM expects Indonesian sales to reach 5,000 units in 2011.

GM chief's ambitious sales goals

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