Apple To Offer Direct Online Sales In Indonesia, Will Invest $3 Million To Open Apple Store In Jakarta

Posted on Jan 22 2013 - 6:10pm by Editorial Staff
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According to NZWeek (via The Next Web), the Cupertino-based giant Apple confirmed that it is opening up an online store in Indonesia, the company filed an application letter to Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM). The new proposed online store in the country will be expected to offer shorter supply chain and distribution of its products.

BKPM’s deputy chairman, Azhar Lubis stated that the company will open its store in Jakarta, country’s capital city with making an investment of around 2 to 3 million USD in the country. On the other end, BKPM’s chairman, Chatib Basri said that the BKPM has given official permission to the company regarding its plan to open online store in the country.

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