Indonesia International Motor Show

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The Indonesia International Motor Show is an annual motor/auto show that held by Gaikindo (The Association of Indonesian Automotive Industries, Indonesia: Gabungan Industri Kendaraan Indonesia).

The location for the motor show moved to Jakarta Convention Center to Jakarta International Expo on 2009 due to the lack of space in Jakarta Convention Center.

Continuous Growth[edit]

With over 1 million visitors, 300 brands, and 400 journalists, the Indonesian International Motor Show (previously known as Gaikindo Auto Expo) remains as the most popular automobile in the eastern world and the one with the most media coverage in Indonesia. This prominent event which held in 2006 has brought total sales activity closed to 1.005 trillion Rupiahs and also record of 165.984 visitors. Compared to the previous Gaikindo Auto Expo in 2005, number of visitors have increased 3% from the previous year.

The main objective of the exhibition is to discover and provide various new opportunities while underlining Indonesia's automotive industry status in the international stage with exposure on the latest innovations in the industry, as well as to dignify the role and contribution of the industry itself towards Indonesia's economic growth.[1]

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