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Staple Goods Tax Concerns

Monday, June 21, 2021

The government is criticized for planning to take staple goods out of the list of untaxed goods. The revision plan is in line with the World Bank's recommendations.

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Various types of rice at the Cipinang Rice Main Market, Jakarta. The government plans to impose a value added tax (VAT) rate on basic necessities. The discourse is contained in the fifth revision draft of Law No. 6/1983 concerning general provisions and tax procedures (RUU KUP). Tempo/Tony Hartawan . tempo : 170128525982.

OVER the past week, news that the government would start taxing staple goods has been a hot topic among merchants in Tebet Barat Market, South Jakarta. On Friday morning, June 18, kiosk owners and tenants at the market’s north block 2nd floor gathered in an empty market alley to talk about the issue. “We’re afraid the market would see even fewer shoppers,” said Muhammad Zulkhaidin (39), one of the sellers of basic necessit


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