The decision is driven by its confidence over its business prospects in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy.
According to Jakarta Post, Wingstop Global CEO Charlie Morrison said the new outlets would mostly be opened in Jakarta and other cities in Java. The company’s plan would support its mid-term goal to operate more than 60 stores in Indonesia in the next five years.
Apart from Indonesia, it is also seeking to establish this year a number of restaurants in four other markets, namely Australia, France, Panama and the United Kingdom.
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