Apple Store back in Indonesia after two-year absence
Apple’s intentions to open up again their store in Indonesia were revealed in a document filed with the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), reports NZWeek (via The Next Web). As a matter of fact, this Tuesday, BKPM Chairman Chatib Basri confirmed that the Board had officially given Apple “green light” on opening online sales (even before opening the brick ‘n mortar Apple store in Jakarta).
The investment estimates to $2 to $3 million US dollars, and as Azhar Lubis, the deputy chariman of BKPM stated, the money will go for the Apple store project in Indonesia’s capital city. Further expenditures are expected to be spent on bolstering the company’s supply chain and distribution channels in the region.
Official opening dates for the Online Apple Store or the Jakarta location have yet to be announced.