INDONESIA: H&M to open first stores as expansion continues
Swedish fashion retailer H&M Hennes & Maurtiz has confirmed it will open its first stores in Indonesia this autumn.
The first stores will open at business locations in the fashion shopping centres of Gandaria City and Pondok Indah Mall during autumn, a spokesperson for the company told just-style today (26 June).
H&M also revealed that it will open a flagship in Grand Indonesia Shopping Mall in 2014.
The retailer said it will be able to offer fashion conscious customers in Jakarta the possibility to shop fashion and quality at the best price.
H&M earlier this month mapped out its expansion plans, which include launching in Australia, Estonia, Lithuania and Serbia, as well as online in the US.
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