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Japanese, South Korean makers compete for Indonesia's EV market

Toyota and Hyundai Motor jockey for advantage at international auto show

Japanese and South Korean carmakers such as Nissan, left, and Hyundai, right, are squaring off for a slice of the Indonesian electric vehicle market as the country aims to slash carbon emissions. (Source photos by Getty Images and EPA/Jiji) 

JAKARTA -- Japanese and South Korean automakers are using an auto show in Indonesia to show off their eco-friendly models as Southeast Asia's largest economy pushes green technologies to meet ambitious goals for reducing carbon emissions.

A total of 25 four-wheeled vehicle brands -- 21 passenger cars and four commercial vehicles, mostly from East Asian manufacturers -- are participating at the Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show, organized by the Association of Indonesian Automotive Manufacturers. The event kicked off Thursday in a Jakarta suburb.

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