Indonesia’s e-commerce tax plan faces resistance


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  • Tuesday, 15 Jan 2019

JAKARTA: Indonesia’s plan to tax e-commerce transactions is drawing resistance from the country’s largest online retailers, which argue the levy will throttle the growth of a nascent industry that’s drawn billions of dollars in foreign investment.

The government should review the decision to tax online transactions and marketplaces from April 1, the Indonesian Ecommerce Association said in a statement yesterday.

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