Asian Agri told to pay Rp 2.52t in fines
The Jakarta Post
The Supreme Court has ordered agribusiness giant Asian Agri Group to pay Rp 2.52 trillion (US$258.5 million) in fines and sentenced its former tax manager, Suwir Laut, to two years in prison in one of the most controversial tax evasion cases in the country.
The ruling was the Supreme Court’s first verdict in a tax evasion case.
“The fine must be paid within one year,” Supreme ...
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