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Indonesia starts new tax amnesty programme to boost tax revenues

Bank Negara Indonesia director expects up to 75 trillion rupiah in inflows


THE Indonesian government on Monday started the implementation of its new tax amnesty programme as it seeks to boost tax revenues by encouraging the repatriation of funds stashed abroad.

"Starting today, the tax office has started operations to service those who want to

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