Indonesia Budget at Risk as Lawmakers Link Tax, Anti-Graft Laws

  • Lawmakers are holding up government's tax amnesty plans
  • Some lawmakers seek bill that could weaken anti-graft agency

Indonesian lawmakers seeking to curb the powers of the country’s anti-graft agency are holding up the passage of a tax amnesty bill the government says is vital for this year’s spending plans.

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