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By Isabel Gottlieb
Indonesia hopes for a global digital tax deal this year so the nation can lead a multilateral implementation starting next year, the country’s finance minister said. “The expectation, and the hope, is that in 2021, under the Italian G20 Presidency, we are going to achieve a historic agreement on international taxation, essentially via the two-pillar solution under discussion,” Sri Mulyani Indrawati wrote in a Feb. 8 post on the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s website. In pandemic-stricken economies, “Finding a sustainable, equitable, and fair source of revenue is critical,” she said.
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