Taxing cross-border transactions
Co-founder of the Indonesian Tax Research Center
Conducting transactions digitally has become a method of tax avoidance, especially in developing countries such as Indonesia. By this way, providers can provide goods or services to customers in other countries without establishing a fixed office, because they can carry out transactions through the internet.
As a result, the tax base in the country where the income is generate...
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