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Indonesia tries to tighten corporate tax rules

Indonesia's Finance Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro has struggled to meet the government’s tax revenue targets.

JAKARTA --  Indonesian President Joko Widodo seemed to enjoy his visit to Silicon Valley in February, where he played virtual ping pong with Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg. In recent weeks, a less friendly game has been unfolding. On April 6, Indonesia's tax office announced an investigation into Google, Facebook and Twitter to recover what it calls unpaid taxes.

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