Following the success of TVS motors in the Indonesian two wheeler market, Bajaj auto is all set make themselves more popular in Indonesia. Bajaj, with some models like pulsar 135, have already tasted success there. They have made there mark in the Indonesian bike industry with an annual sale of 21,586 bikes last year.
Bajaj is looking to make their empire more bigger with the launch of pulsar 220 in 2012. 'PT Bajaj Indonesia', the Indonesian subsidiary of Bajaj auto have already begun the operations for the assembling operations there. Government also waved green flag by reducing the customs duty by 5%.
Thus, the fastest Indian bike is all set to rock the Indonesian motor vehicle market. Bajaj auto have already invested Rs.137.28 crore in their Indonesian subsidiary PT Bajaj Indonesia.
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