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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