The taxation of the digital economy is a hot topic across the world. Learn first hand, from Indonesia's foremost authority on international regulations, how developments may impact business models. The effect of these developments and others will be more widely felt and we will also cover how businesses and investors can best prepare to meet the challenges and gain from new incentives.
John Hutagaol will cover the taxation of the digital economy - Indonesia's role as a member of the inclusive framework (IF) of 134 nations seeking to re-write the tax rules to deal with the new challenges which arise from the taxation of businesses which derive profits without physical presence.
Graham Garven will cover other recent developments in the Indonesian tax landscape and what these mean to corporate taxpayers, with a focus on incentive options available for investing in sectors identified as of national interest.
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