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More reforms needed after Indonesia’s tax amnesty yields “disappointing” repatriations: Tax office

The Indonesian tax amnesty, which ended on 31 March, yielded disappointing asset repatriations, says spokesperson for the country’s tax office Hestu Saksama, who adds that the data generated from the programme will be used to monitor taxpayers’ compliance. The nine-month programme, which aimed to improve tax compliance, resulted in Rp4,881 trillion worth of assets being disclosed. Although this surpassed the…

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