The Jakarta Post
Dozens of vendors at Lenggang Jakarta food court in Kemayoran, Central Jakarta, could lose their stalls as the city administration is set to lease them to other parties who are more interested in opening businesses there, an official has said.
“We are forced to do this because the vendors seldom open their businesses at Lenggang Jakarta,” Richard Bangun, the head of Central Jakarta’s Cooperatives, Small and Medium Enterprise and Trade Agency, said on Monday, as quoted by wartakota.tribunnews.com.
The city administration developed the 1,200-square-meter Lenggang Jakarta in 2016 to accommodate street vendors from the nearby Pasar Jiung and Kemayoran grand mosque.
However, business at Lenggang Jakarta turned out to be slow due to the low number of customers.
Acting Jakarta governor Sumarsono inaugurated the site in December....