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Indonesia's tax amnesty reaches second deadline

Progress registering undeclared wealth still falling short of budget

The Indonesian tax department headquarters in Jakarta was overflowing with amnesty applicants on the last Friday of the year.

JAKARTA -- On Friday morning, the quietness of Jakarta's usually traffic-clogged streets is a sign of the holiday season, except in one bustling spot: the tax office.

More than 600 people have been waiting on the second floor of the tax department's second-floor headquarters since it opened at 7:30am to register undeclared assets under a tax amnesty.

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