More leeway for tax cheats?
Rendi A. Witular
The Jakarta Post
The exit of Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati from the Cabinet may have come at a critical time for an antigraft drive at the tax office amid increased focus on systemic reform failures. A string of recently exposed tax crimes in major cities has highlighted setbacks in the tax office’s reform program, once hailed as the country’s most successful.Tax and customs supervision commission cha...
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