Why do people in Indonesia go to the shops?

In a country where the traditional business of selling food and drinks is still a vital pillar of the economy, the arrival of the internet has allowed people to shop online without a bank account or a credit card.

Now, the country is one of the fastest-growing in the world to offer online shopping.

The arrival of internet and smartphones has given many Indonesians the opportunity to shop for clothing online.

However, not everyone is so lucky.

For many Indonesian, the internet is a dream come true.

The country has the second-largest population of internet users in the Asia Pacific region, according to a 2016 report from the Global Digital Network Initiative.

Many Indonesians are using the internet to buy and sell goods and services.

Many of them are also able to do so because of a law introduced in 2015 that made internet purchases legal for the first time.

It’s been extended for five years, so Indonesians can now buy and resell goods online, without a credit or debit card.

In 2016, the government opened the country’s first Internet cafes.

The cafes are a huge success story in Indonesia, with thousands of people buying online, making the country one of Indonesia’s most popular tourist destinations.

It was a dream, but not the only one.

There were many other reasons to shop on the internet.

Some Indonesians were even able to buy things that they normally couldn’t afford to buy at the local market.

There was also an increase in internet use, with Indonesians increasingly purchasing from other countries than their home country.

Indonesia is one the fastest growing economies in the region, with a growth rate of more than 11 percent a year.

It was already the world’s fastest growing economy in 2020, according the World Bank.

In 2016, GDP per capita grew by 4.3 percent, compared to 4.2 percent in 2020.

The internet is changing Indonesia’s economy.

In 2017, Indonesia’s gross domestic product was expected to grow at an annualised rate of 6.3%.

However, in 2018, the economy shrank to 5.6 percent, which was the lowest rate in the Asian region.

The rise in internet access and the rise of online retailers have created an opportunity for Indonesians to shop locally.

In Indonesia, a number of retailers have opened up their doors.

Some of them include the National Bank of Indonesia, the Indonesian National Retail Federation, and the Jakarta Post.

They also offer online and offline shopping services to customers.

This year, the Post opened a website for people to buy products online, while the National Banking Corporation (BNPB) has launched an online bank account for people.

In Jakarta, the National Retail Union (NRT) has also opened an online store to help consumers buy clothes online.NRT is a national association of companies that make clothing, shoes, home furnishings and other goods.

It is also the national body for all the Indonesian companies that have been awarded the National Design Award for Excellence.

It operates the National Centre for the Promotion of Women Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurships, a joint venture between the BNP Paribas and the National Development and Reform Commission.

In addition to the government, other online retailers and online retailers that are part of the NRT have opened online stores.

For example, Pimco, a financial services company, has launched its online shopping service through an online platform.

It has over 60,000 members in 30 countries.

According to the NTR, online shopping has become a way to save money, as it is cheaper to buy goods online than at a store.

For instance, a bag of clothes can cost about 2,500 ringgit ($120) online, compared with around 50 ringgit at a traditional store, according in the NPT’s website.

According a 2014 report by the World Economic Forum, Indonesia is ranked as the third most efficient economy in Asia, behind only Singapore and Thailand.

It has also been one of Asia’s fastest-growth economies in 2020 by the United Nations.

The country’s economy grew at 7.3 per cent, while GDP per head increased by 1.7 per cent.

It’s not just people buying on the street, either.

The National Development Council (NDC), which oversees the development of the country, is also seeing a significant increase in its online and mobile sales.

The NDC’s online and retail sales grew at the same rate as in the previous three years.

The council has also launched a mobile app to connect consumers to its products and services, including food, household goods and household hygiene products.