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Will Vendors Make Smartphones in Indonesia in 2017?

by Neil Mawston | 10月 21, 2016

According to a new report from our Country Share Tracker (CST) service, the Indonesia government is introducing a new TKDN law to ensure 30% of high-end SMARTPHONES contain “local content” next year. The new rules are complex and will deter, not help, smartphone production in the country. Compliance by 2017 will be a tough ask for vendors, and there is much uncertainty surrounding the legislation. The push for “Made in Indonesia” phones is off to a bad start.

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