Indonesia was still in deficit of automotive trading last year. Deficit in cars reached US$347 million, but dropped significantly by 84% from 2013. Deficit in car components also narrowed 34.4% to US$1.43 billion. Overall, falling deficit in automotive trading was attributable to significant growth in export. Improvement of the country’s infrastructure is expected to cut further logistic costs, which could boost competitiveness of investments here.To subscribe please click here