Indonesian tech giant GoTo and Chinese social media platform TikTok will be completely compliant in a month and a half with the Southeast Asian nation’s regulation that bans in-app transactions on social media, GoTo’s CEO said on Wednesday, Reuters reported.

“Integration process is going well. All parties continue to communicate with the related ministries and as far as we know the process is nearing completion,” CEO Patrick Walujo was quoted as saying during an online briefing.

His comment also came after Indonesian minister for small and medium enterprises Teten Masduki said last week TikTok had yet to comply with the regulation.

The short video app TikTok, which has now become GoTo’s partner, acquired in December majority shares in GoTo’s e-commerce unit Tokopedia after the Indonesian trade ministry banned transactions on its TikTok Shop e-commerce unit.

Following the deal in December, TikTok, owned by Chinese firm ByteDance, has reopened its e-commerce services, which are now facilitated by Tokopedia.

TikTok had been forced to close its newly-introduced e-commerce service, TikTok Shop, in Indonesia after the country banned online shopping on social media platforms last year, citing the need to protect smaller merchants and users’ data.

GoTo’s management said in the online briefing that the company will receive a quarterly e-commerce fee from Tokopedia, with the sum being dependent on Tokopedia’s gross merchandise value.

Based on a Gross Merchandise Value (GMV) of $2.9 billion recorded in the third quarter of last year, the e-commerce service fee for GoTo will be $11.4 million, GoTo said.

GoTo also expects its partnership with TikTok will benefit not only its e-commerce business but also its financial services segment as it will be able to offer digital payments and “buy now, pay later” credit schemes on TikTok.

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