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注册送现金的棋牌2016:Indonesia promises speedier licensing, offers tax incentives

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Jakarta | Tue, February 13, 2018 | 02:06 pm
Indonesia promises speedier licensing, offers tax incentives Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati speaks on Feb. 7 at the Mandiri Investment Forum (MIF) 2018 in Jakarta. (Antara/Muhammad Adimaja)

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Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati has said that the government will continue to reform its regulations and had offered incentives in an effort to boost investment, 金星棋牌冻结了怎么办 reported.

Speaking on Monday in Jakarta, she said that the government would further eliminate regulations that could disrupt investment to help speed up the licensing process for investors.

Sri Mulyani added that the central government would coordinate closely with local governments to roll out reform packages that would, in the end, enable the government to set up a "single submission system" for all business and investment permits.

The single submission system is intended to ease the licensing process and significantly cut down the waiting period for businesses.

“When the single submission system is implemented, the coordination with local governments will become very important,” she said.

As for the incentives, she said, the Finance Ministry would cooperate with the Industry Ministry to simplify the process for providing tax holidays and tax allowances to investors.

President Joko Widodo has reminded his ministers and regional government heads  several times to simplify the business licensure process to attract more investors to the country in the competitive global investment climate.

“If we delay, the funding will go to countries that already offer a better investment climate,” the President said on Monday during a Cabinet meeting at the Presidential Office. (bbn)

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