Google seals deal with Indonesia on tax [ Business ] 15/06/2017
Google seals deal with Indonesia on tax
Indonesia has reached an agreement with Google over payment of taxes, the country's finance minister said Tuesday, after a long-running dispute with the US tech giant.

The two sides have been locked in a row since last year when the government alleged that the California-based company had refused to cooperate with its tax office.

A senior tax official had claimed the company had not fulfilled its obligations and owed over $400 million in taxes and fines for 2015 alone. Google insisted it had paid all taxes due in Indonesia since opening its Jakarta office in 2011.

Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati told reporters Tuesday that "we had a discussion with them (Google) and reached an agreement based on the 2016 tax report, but because it is confidential we don't disclose the amount".
 
 
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