Certain Types of Taxpayers to Be Exempt from Tax Amnesty
Two alternatives to the tax-amnesty program are now available for low-income earners
Three PERADI Factions Join Forces to Address Improved Implementation of Pro-Bono Policy
Reconciliation of the three factions in question also claimed to be in the pipeline
State-Budget Cuts Set to Hit Indonesia’s Law-Enforcement Institutions
BNN and Supreme Court to suffer biggest budget cuts
Indonesia to Host 2016 Asia Pro-Bono Forum
Indonesia will also simultaneously host the 5th Asia Pro-Bono Conference
Dual-Citizenship Issues Pave Way for Possible Review of Citizenship Law
Legislative review an appropriate way of resolving dual-citizenship issues, claim experts
YLKI: Proposed Increase in Cigarette Excise in Harmony with Consumer-Protection Law
Minimization of cigarette consumption and its negative side effects a reflection of consumer-protection efforts for smokers
Seven Taxation Policies for 2017 Highlighted
Government to also revise relevant taxation laws and regulations in order to support the implementation of new policies
Time-Deposit Interest-Rate Cap Viewed as Essential for Implementation of Tax-Amnesty Policy
OJK: Cap will result in healthier competition between banks
Govt. to Authorize PPATs to Carry Out Detailed Land Measurements Due to Shortage of Surveyors
Plan only requires approval to be granted by the new Minister of Agrarian Affairs in order to be fully implemented
Govt. Readies Regulation on Holding Companies for State-Owned Enterprises
Minister of Law and Human Rights to ensure that, as a pivotal point in the state’s involvement in the national economy, state-owned enterprises will still be entitled to enjoy certain privileges when competing with privately owned companies