INDONESIA: Makro aims for six new outlets and strong sales growth
PT Makro Indonesia has revealed plans to open six more outlets in Indonesia within the next two years, a move which will considerably strengthen its wholesaling network in the country. At a media briefing, president of the company Simon Collins said: "We will open our store in Semarang next month, while our second store in Surabaya will be opened in June. By the end of this year, we will open another store somewhere in Jakarta. We hope we will be able to open two or three stores a year in prospective cities such as Makassar, Yogyakarta, Bogor."
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