Japanese fast-fashion brand Uniqlo said Wednesday it will open its first store in Indonesia this summer.
The brand, owned by Fast Retailing Co. Ltd., said the Jakarta store will feature a nearly 29,000-square-foot sales floor over two levels. Located in the Lotte Shopping Avenue complex in the Kuningan district, it will be one of Uniqlo's largest stores in Southeast Asia.
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