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Possible corporate tax cut faces hurdles in Indonesia

President Widodo is considering slashing Indonesia's corporate tax rate from 25% to under 18% to stop multinationals transferring profits out of the country to offshore low tax jurisdictions, Luhut Panjaitan, his chief of staff, has said. However, not everyone is convinced the plan will see fruition.

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