JAKARTA, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Indonesia's parliament passed a revised regional tax law this month as part of a tax overhaul in Southeast Asia's biggest economy that is aimed at attracting investment and increasing tax revenues. (For an interview with Indonesia's tax chief, click on [ID:nJAK392783] Indonesia's shift towards decentralisation, following the ouster of the autocratic former President Suharto in 1998, has given local governments at provincial and district level far more power in ...
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