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  • Mitra Adiperkasa to Close Its Lotus Department Stores in Indonesia

    Mitra Adiperkasa to Close Its Lotus Department Stores in Indonesia

    Starting from the end of October 2017, Indonesian retail company Mitra Adiperkasa will close all of its Lotus Department Store outlets as the department store chain fails to contribute positively to the corporate earnings of the listed company. Mitra Adiperkasa is currently restructuring its department store business segment in an effort to reduce the company's operational costs.

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  • Company Profile Ramayana Lestari Sentosa: Indonesian Retail Company

    Company Profile Ramayana Lestari Sentosa: Indonesian Retail Company

    The preliminary company profile of Ramayana Lestari Sentosa (RALS) has been added to our catalogue of Indonesian company profiles. Ramayana Lestari Sentosa is an Indonesian retail company which sells a variety of products, including household necessities, fashion apparels, toys and stationeries. Today, Ramayana Lestari Sentosa owns department stores in 42 major cities in Indonesia, employing over 17,867 people. The company profile also includes a future projection of the company's financial performance.

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  • Mitra Adiperkasa: One of Indonesia's Leading Retail Companies

    Mitra Adiperkara Indonesia Investments Company Profile MAPI Retail Trade

    Indonesia Investments added financial highlights to the company profile of Mitra Adiperkasa (MAPI). The company is an Indonesian retail company with a diversified portfolio that includes department stores, fashion, sports equipment, food & beverages, supermarkets and lifestyle products. It has 1588 retail outlets, that contain more than 100 brands, in 56 cities throughout Indonesia. The company is franchise holder of various and numerous well-known global brands such as Starbucks, Zara and Nine West.

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  • Battle of the Retailers: Department Stores vs E-Commerce Platforms

    Battle of the Retailers: Department Stores vs E-Commerce Platforms

    After the closing of several Ramayana Department Stores and Matahari Department Stores, as well as the (planned) closing of all remaining Lotus Department Stores (per 26 October 2017) in Indonesia, Indonesia's conventional department store industry needs to come up with a new strategy or shopping concept to survive amid increasingly fierce competition from domestic and global e-commerce platforms.

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  • The Rise of Matahari Department Store in Indonesia's Retail Sector

    Matahari Department Store

    Within a timespan of a few years only, Matahari Department Store has shown impressive growth. Its market capitalization increased from IDR 146 billion (US $15 million) in late 2008 to a current IDR 31.95 trillion (US $3.28 billion). The company, which sells fashion apparel, accessories and beauty products, is now the largest company in Indonesia's retail sector, outperforming other giant retailers, such as Alfa Supermarket or Hero Supermarket.

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