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Daihatsu Diesel Mfg announces change of chairman and president
Daihatsu Diesel Mfg raises year-end dividend forecast for FY 2016
Daihatsu Diesel amends consolidated full-year outlook for FY 2016
DAIHATSU DIESEL MFG. CO., LTD. is a Japan-based company engaged in the manufacturing and sales of internal combustion engines and industrial machines, as well as the leasing of real estate properties. The Company operates through two business segments. The Marine Engine Related Business segment is engaged in the sales of marine diesel engines, land diesel engines, gas turbines and related parts. The Land Engine segment is engaged in the provision of information processing service, transportation service, warehousing service, contracted design service, manufacturing and sales business and after services. The other business is engaged in the industrial equipment related business, real estate leasing related business and power distribution related business.
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Mitejima, Nishi Yodogawa-ku, Kita-ku
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President, Representative Director
Vice President, Representative Director
Senior Managing Director, Director of Warship Business, Manager of Moriyama Business
Managing Director, Director of Plant Planning, Manager of Moriyama Business Center
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Car sales in Indonesia plunged 95.8% in May from a year earlier to 3,551 units, industry association data cited by the country's largest auto distributor PT Astra International showed on Monday.
Car sales in Indonesia plunged 95.8% in May from a year earlier to 3,551 units, industry association data cited by the country's largest auto distributor PT Astra International <ASII.JK> showed on Monday.
* 7,871 cars sold in April, vs 84,056 in same month previous year
Total car sales by Indonesia's automotive sector is expected to plunge 50% this year as domestic and export demand shrinks due to the coronavirus pandemic, the country's industry ministry said on Wednesday, citing industry association Gaikindo.
Li Chunrong was hired by Chinese automaker Geely to revive the fortunes of the Proton brand in Malaysia, and it took him two years to eclipse Japanese giants Honda and Toyota. Now he plans to take the fight across Southeast Asia and beyond.
Car sales in Indonesia are likely to recover next year, but not by much, after plunging this year during an economic slowdown, an industry association executive said on Thursday.
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