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Samsung Scope Indonesia Move

Samsung Scope Indonesia MoveSamsung has “been discussing with the Indonesian government our plan to produce mobile phones for the domestic market, so that we can meet local consumers’ needs more effectively,” a Samsung spokeswoman said in an e-mail.

Indonesia has been considering a 20 percent luxury-goods sales tax on imported smartphones to encourage phone makers to manufacture products in the country.
Australia’s nearest Asian neighbour imported US$2.8 billion of mobile phones last year, its second-largest import after crude oil and oil products.