Gunjan Prasad
Oct 3, 2016

Google Indonesia faces tax evasion charges

The giant could face hundreds of millions in fines and back taxes.

INDONESIA - Google Indonesia has recently come under the scanner of tax authorities in the country for not paying its taxes correctly. If the allegations are found to be true, the technology major could be slapped with fines and back taxes of up to US$418 million for 2015 alone.

For its part, Google released a statement that read, “Google Indonesia has been incorporated as a local company since 2011. We have been...

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