Indonesia Approves Tax Amnesty to Fund Widening Budget Gap

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  • Government facing revenue squeeze as economic growth slows
  • Central bank estimates amnesty will draw 560 trillion rupiah

Indonesia’s parliament approved a tax amnesty that the government says will draw in billions of dollars needed to finance a widening budget gap as it steps up infrastructure spending to spur economic growth.

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