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Indonesia's tax amnesty shows slow progress in first month

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

One month after getting launched, Indonesia’s tax amnesty programme has brought in only a tiny fraction of the billions of dollars the government hopes will go into state coffers, a development that worries some economists. 394 more words

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Commentary: Indonesia builds its 2017 budget on realistic assumptions

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Indonesia’s President could well be walking the talk as soon as he delivered his annual State of the Nation address when he tabled a budget that seems to “adopt a new thinking”, writes Wellian Wiranto of OCBC in his latest commentary. 887 more words

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Indonesia's association for coworking spaces is officially launched

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Indonesia’s first association for the coworking space industry, Coworking Indonesia, is officially launched at Conclave coworking space, South Jakarta, on Monday afternoon. 431 more words

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Indonesia vows to defend 'every inch' of territory

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JAKARTA: President Joko Widodo pledged on Tuesday (Aug 16) to defend “every inch” of Indonesia’s land and maritime territory, following clashes with Chinese vessels around Indonesian islands in the South China Sea. 367 more words

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Indonesia's president appoints World Bank's Sri Mulyani as finance minister

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Indonesia’s president on Wednesday appointed World Bank managing director Sri Mulyani Indrawati as the country’s new finance minister, among a wider cabinet reshuffle aimed at increasing the effectiveness of his team. 105 more words

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Indonesia's tax chief says US$30m declared under tax amnesty so far

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JAKARTA: The head of the Indonesian tax authority said on Monday (Jul 25) that taxpayers have declared nearly 400 billion rupiah (US$30.44 million) of previously concealed assets under the country’s new tax amnesty programme. 76 more words

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MJ Veloso gets third reprieve; won’t be in Indonesia’s next execution list

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Filipina Mary Jane Veloso has been spared by the Indonesian government from execution again
This will be the third reprieve Veloso got after she was spared from death by firing squad in…

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