Blackberry launches Indonesian subsidiary, but rejects local data server
The Jakarta Post
Canadian firm Research In Motion (RIM), the maker of the Blackberry smartphone, on Tuesday officially opened its Indonesian subsidiary, PT RIM Indonesia, but insisted it would will not build a data server in the country as required.
“The opening of RIM Indonesia is a milestone for our company as well as evidence of our long-term investment commitment in the country,” Gregory Wade, the c...
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