Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra, 40, former head of the P.T. Timor Putra Nasional company, maker of the Timor – Indonesia’s former national car – is sentenced to 15 years for ordering the shooting murder of a Supreme Court judge. Tommy Putra’s company, which imported completely built-up Sephia passenger cars from South Korea’s Kia Motor Corp. and rebadged them Timors, came under international criticism for its exemption from the 65% import duty and 35% excise tax Indonesia slapped on other ...

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