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Gojek aims to grow non-Indonesia users to 50% of operations

Co-CEO wants ride-hailer to be a global, not regional, company

Gojek co-CEO Andre Soelistyo speaks to media in Singapore on Nov. 29. (Photo by Kentaro Iwamoto)

SINGAPORE -- Indonesian ride-hailing company Gojek is expanding its international operations with the aim of having half its users outside its home market in about five years' time, co-CEO Andre Soelistyo said Friday.

Currently, 80% of Gojek's users are from Indonesia. The timing to achieve the 50% target is "not very determined, but a target of maybe five years", Soelistyo said, speaking at a media event in Singapore to celebrate the company's one-year anniversary since entering the city-state.

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