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Singapore will sign tax treaty with Indonesia when its safeguards are in place: minister

Singapore will sign a bilateral ‘tax treaty’ agreement with Indonesia when the island nation’s confidentiality and data protection safeguards are brought in line with international standards, according to Indranee Rajah, a senior minister of state for finance and law in Singapore. “On Singapore’s side, these [safeguards] are in place, and we look forward to when Indonesia is able to let…

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