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  • Mega-Merger in Indonesia: Gojek & Tokopedia Announce Establishment of Holding

    Mega-Merger in Indonesia: Gojek & Tokopedia Announce Establishment of Holding

    Although we already discussed the (then-looming) merger between Aplikasi Karya Anak Bangsa (Gojek) and Tokopedia in detail in our January 2021 report, we do feel it is justified to cover this topic once more – albeit slightly more succinct this time – since it is now official (announced on 17 May 2021) that both sides re to merge, thus creating a massive entity (named GoTo) with an impressive and unique ecosystem.

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  • Political, Economic & Social Developments in Indonesia: January 2021 Report

    Political, Economic & Social Developments in Indonesia: January 2021 Report

    On Friday 5 February 2021 Indonesia Investments released its January 2021 report. The report zooms in on key economic, political, and social developments in Indonesia in January 2021. Special attention is given to Indonesia's COVID-19 immunization program (do we expect to see setbacks?), household consumption amid the COVID-19 restrictions, the Sriwijaya Air crash, and Indonesian demographics.

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  • Subscriber Update Indonesia Investments - Merger for Tech Giants Gojek & Tokopedia?

    Subscriber Update Indonesia Investments - Merger for Tech Giants Gojek & Tokopedia?

    Possibly the biggest story in local Indonesian media over the past couple of days (if we exclude coverage of any COVID-19-related matters) is the news that Gojek is in talks (in fact in the final stages, reportedly) to merge with Tokopedia. Based on the input of people familiar with the matter, the two companies have agreed to conduct due diligence on their respective businesses.

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  • Ride-Hailing Unicorn Go-Jek to Expand Beyond Indonesian Borders

    Ride-Hailing Unicorn Go-Jek to Expand Beyond Indonesian Borders

    Indonesian ride-hailing company Go-Jek, one of the nation's unicorns, confirmed its plans to expand into other countries in the Southeast Asian region. Over the next couple of months the company will invest USD $500 million to start delivering its ride-hailing services in Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines. Earlier, Go-Jek had already expressed its intention to expand beyond the borders of Indonesia. This time, however, it has given more details about its plans.

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  • Consolidation in Southeast Asian Ride-Hailing Industry: Uber-Grab

    Consolidation in Southeast Asian Ride-Hailing Industry: Uber-Grab

    The local and thriving ride-hailing market in Southeast Asia is dominated by local startups. Foreign counterparts fail to gain significant market share. The latest proof is Uber Technologies Inc.'s decision to sell its operations and assets in the Southeast Asian region to Singapore-based technology company (but originally founded in Malaysia) Grab. Through this consolidation-move, Uber will obtain a 27.5 percent stake in the combined entity, while Uber's chief executive officer will join the board of Grab.

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  • Go-Jek Not Ready Yet for IPO on the Indonesia Stock Exchange

    Go-Jek Not Ready Yet for IPO on the Indonesia Stock Exchange

    Startup unicorn Go-Jek, the most popular ride-hailing app in Indonesia, is not ready for an initial public offering (IPO) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange yet although its management repeatedly emphasized that it is likely to become a publicly-listed company in Indonesia somewhere in the future as it wants the Indonesian public to be able to own shares in the company.

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  • Astra International Also Invests in Indonesia's First Unicorn Go-Jek

    Astra International Also Invests in Indonesia's First Unicorn

    One of Indonesia's biggest conglomerates, Astra International, announced earlier this week that it decided to invest USD $150 million in ride-hailing app Go-Jek, Indonesia's first unicorn. Go-Jek, which delivers a range of on-demand services (but is most widely known for its online motorcycle and car taxi services), is now valued at USD $4 billion.

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  • Google Invests in Indonesian Ride-Hailing Services Firm Go-Jek

    Google Invests in Indonesian Ride-Hailing Services Firm Go-Jek

    Today (29/01) it was confirmed by Google that it invested in Indonesia-based Go-Jek, the leading ride-hailing company in Southeast Asia's largest economy. The confirmation stemmed from Google Vice President of Product Management Caesar Sengupta's post, titled "Google in Asia - Investing in Indonesia", on the company's blog.

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  • What's Next for Go-Jek's Expansion Plans in Indonesia? Go-Pay & IPO

    What's Next for Go-Jek's Expansion Plans in Indonesia? Go-Pay & IPO

    Nadiem Makarim, Chief Executive Officer of Indonesian ride-hailing and logistics services provider Go-Jek, expects the company to conduct an initial public offering (IPO) within the next couple of years. Go-Jek, Indonesia's first billion-US dollar tech startup, offers various services to the Indonesian people, including transportation, delivery, lifestyle and payment services.

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  • Cashless Transactions Dominant for Grab & Go-Jek in Indonesia

    Cashless Transactions Dominant for Grab & Go-Jek in Indonesia

    Use of digital cash in transactions of ride-hailing and logistics services providers Grab and Go-Jek is becoming increasingly important. The management of Grab stated that cashless transactions (using smartphones tied to mobile payment systems) are now contributing more than half of the total value of transactions of Grab. Since the introduction of GrabPay, the value of cashless transactions recorded double-digit growth every month.

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  • Bank Jago Jadi “Bintang Baru” di Bursa Efek Indonesia

    Bank Jago; A Rising Star on the Indonesia Stock Exchange

    Kiprahnya biasa saja, bahkan nyaris tak terdengar selama puluhan tahun. Namun mendadak Bank Artos menjadi gunjingan bursa saham, sejak diakuisisi oleh Jerry Ng melalui PT Metamorfosis Ekosistem Indonesia (MEI) dan Patrick Walujo melalui Wealth Track Technology Limited di akhir 2019. Keduanya mengambil alih 51% saham Bank Artos, dan mengubah bank kecil tersebut menjadi bank digital yang kini diberi nama Bank Jago.

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  • Regulating the Ride-Hailing Apps Revolution in Indonesia

    Regulating the Ride-Hailing Apps Revolution in Indonesia

    On Saturday, 01 April, 2017, the new regulations for ride-hailing apps in Indonesia came into effect, designed to protect consumers of these apps and support traditional transportation services such as taxi operators, minivans, buses and motorcycle taxis. The regulations include maximum and minimum tariffs for four-wheeled-vehicle rides that are booked through the online app, as well as a limit on the number of vehicles available. However, authorities will give time to these ride-hailing apps to adjust to the new regulations due to the "magnitude of the technical rules".

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  • The Life of an Expat in Jakarta: App-Based Transport Services

    The Life of an Expat in Jakarta: App-Based Transport Services

    Foreigners who live in Indonesia's capital city of Jakarta are well aware of the horrible traffic situation. The lack of sufficient infrastructure development in combination with high car sales in recent years as well as the ever-growing population of Jakarta have resulted in complete standstills in many parts of the city, particularly on weekdays. To cover a relatively small distance in a car or taxi it can take hours, a loss of valuable time. Fortunately, there is a solution to these traffic jams.

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  • Indonesian Taxi Drivers Protest Against Uber, GrabCar & Go-Jek Apps

    Indonesian Taxi Drivers Protest Against Uber, GrabCar & GoJek Apps

    Indonesian drivers of taxis, buses and bajaj (three-wheeled scooters) gathered on Monday (14/03) on several locations - in front of the State Palace, City Hall, and the Ministry of Communication and Information - in Central Jakarta to demonstrate against the presence of online transportation applications such as Uber Taxi, GrabCar and Go-Jek. Protestors claim that these mobile apps are operating illegally in the country (as these services are not regulated by law) and cause a decline in income for long-time established transportation services, including taxi services, bus services and the more traditional transportation services such as bajaj and ojek (motor taxi).

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