Digital goods duties: Who picks up the tab?
Carmelo Ferlito and Sukasah Syahdan
Indonesia is moving forward with its plan to impose import duties on digital products next year. As reported in this newspaper, the duties will be imposed despite the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) e-commerce moratorium that member countries would not impose customs duties on electronic transmissions.
The government believes imposing the duties will “create a lev...
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