Islamic Group Plans to Make an Indonesian Car

Fed up with capitalists plundering Indonesia's riches, members of the country's second-largest Islamic group have drawn up plans to launch a "people's power" movement. On top of their list: build a national car. If realized, the Muhammadiyah group's ambition would revive a project launched by autocratic leader Suharto's son, Tommy, in 1996 but halted during the Asian financial crisis just two years later. As yet, though, its plans for the car are sketchy.