INDONESIA: Retailier Matahari To Open Four New Stores
Indonesian retail giant PT Matahari Putra Prima is to open four new outlets this year to help meet its projected 25 per cent sales target. If achieved, sales wopuld rise to Rp 5 trillion (around $454.5m). According to The Jakarta Post, Matahari has allocated around Rp80bn for the new stores, each will have about 7,000 sq ms of floor space and will use the under-one-roof retail concept.
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