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Go-Jek rides through regulatory obstacles for SE Asia expansion

Malaysia and Myanmar in sight for Indonesian unicorn, president says

The brand of Go-Jek is permeating every scene of Indonesian people's daily lives.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Undeterred by recent regulatory setbacks, Indonesian ride-hailing operator Go-Jek will continue to pursue growth in Southeast Asia, with plans to enter two new markets in the region this year.

By the end of this year, the company hopes to be operating in six countries and rank first or second in market share in some Southeast Asian nations, besides its home, Go-Jek President Andre Soelistyo told Nikkei.

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