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Indonesia jails multinational executives to enforce tax compliance

As a last resort at enforcement and to reach ambitious collection goals, the Indonesian government has jailed at least eight executives and plans to send dozens more to debtors’ prison. The detainees work at five unnamed businesses that were found guilty of evading Indonesian corporate taxes totalling IDR13.6 billion ($1.07 million).

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