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Indonesia seeks joint effort among G-20 countries to tax Google, Facebook, Amazon

Monday 26 March 2018 | 09:03 CET | News
Indonesian finance minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati has called on G-20 countries to make a joint effort to tax Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Uber, Lazada and Grab. The statement was made at the recent G-20 meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina, The Nation reports. According to the Indonesian minister, taxes should be paid by the companies based on economic significance, as opposed to based on decisions by the companies' central or branch offices. Therefore, she called for international cooperation to fight for the right for governments to collect fair taxes, particularly from tax evaders.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Amazon / Facebook / Google / Twitter
Countries: Asia / Indonesia
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