Indonesia steps up pressure on Google in tax dispute


  • TECH
  • Tuesday, 17 Jan 2017

A sticker reading 'Review us on Google' is pictured at a smartphone shop in Ambassador Mall in Jakarta, Indonesia, September 19, 2016. REUTERS/Beawiharta

JAKARTA: Indonesia has threatened to prosecute US technology giant Google after the two sides failed to reach a settlement over unpaid taxes, reports said. 

Indonesia is pursuing what officials say is US$73bil (RM325.98bil) in taxes owed by Google for advertising revenue from as far back as 2011, when the search giant first established its Indonesian operations. 

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