Indonesian home-based businesses boost sales amid pandemic

Cold-pressed juices, gift boxes and pastries are among the more popular home-based businesses in Tangerang. - AFP file photo

JAKARTA (Xinhua): The ongoing public activity restrictions in Indonesia due to the Covid-19 pandemic have forced many businesses to close down. However, the public's limited mobility has also inspired many young people to start their own business at home.

Nathania Suryana, owner of a cold-pressed celery juice brand based in Tangerang city in Banten province, launched her enterprise two years ago.

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