Facebook Irish operations targeted by Indonesian government

Country seeks meeting in Ireland over tax and company’s business interests back in Indonesia

27th November, 2016
Facebook Ireland head offices in Dublin

The Indonesian government is zeroing in on Facebook’s activities in Ireland in a government tax crackdown.

Indonesia’s government, which is nearing a settlement with Google over unpaid tax claims, sent a letter to Facebook’s headquarters in Ireland seeking a meeting to discuss tax and the company’s business interests in Indonesia, said Muhammad Haniv, head of the special taxpayers office at the Indonesian Finance Ministry’s Tax Directorate-General....

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