Govt asked to exempt Islamic banking transactions from taxes
Benget Besalicto Tnb.
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The Indonesian government needs to exempt all transactions in the Islamic banking system from taxes in order to spur its development in the country, a world’s major player in the industry says. “I think, for the Islamic finance here to grow well, the government should provide tax neutrality to any transaction made in Islamic finance,” Badlisyah Abdul Ghani, CEO of CIMB Islamic Berh...
- Don't be afraid to come to Bali: Minister
- GenPI West Sumatra to host Siti Nurbaya Market
- Indonesia Tempeh Movement's Amadeus gives talk at Harvard Business School
- Jokowi appoints Robert Pakpahan as new tax chief
- Anies invited to ‘anti-Ahok’ 212 Rally Alumni gathering
- 'Real Bali' as Western construct: Rethinking tourism's 'ruination' of Bali
- Drone flown over Mount Agung to detect volcanic activity
- Indonesia, South Korea initiate plan to develop electric car battery
- Researchers spot interstellar visitor
- How social media is polarizing politics