Indonesia is in the third phase of its tax amnesty programme after generating US$8 billion from the first two. The programme is expected to rely on hefty contributions from small and medium businesses in order to reach its US$12.4 billion target. The third and final phase will end in March 2017, which will enable participants to pay a tariff of 10%…
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