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Six Indonesia Companies Involved in Alleged $187 million Tax Fraud│gather

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Jakarta Globe reported. An
Indonesian lawmaker announced on Friday that a Supreme Audit Agency

(BPK) allegedly implicated six
companies in tax fraud totaling Rp 1.7 trillion ($187 million).

Companies were identified as
follows, Permata Hijau Sawit, Asian Agri Group, Wilmar Nabati Indonesia,

Alfa Kurnia, INJ International and
EMA Majokerto Hospital by a Markus Melkias Mekeng.

Markus Melkias Mekeng, House of
Representatives Commission XI which overseas financial affairs

member said that the companies were identified
following a Supreme Audit Agency (BKP) report.

Mekeng, longtime critic of the tax
authority, said the commission would urge the House to form a

special committee to investigate the
case and demand law enforcement officials


Added: Nov-27-2012 Occurred On: Nov-27-2012
By: soreneristine
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