Fri, 04 Jun 2010
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VIVAnews - The Directorate General of Taxes will be seriously paying attention to oil palm companies, gold, sand and lead mining firms.

The company's reports in the sector will be audited by the Directorate General of Taxes due to negative tax collection from the sectors. "The examination toward the sectors will be seriously focused on in 2010," said Director General of Taxes, Mochammad Tjiptardjo, in Jakarta, yesterday, June 3.

The Central Statistics Agency (BPS) stated that this year the mining and excavation sectors recorded negative growth at 9.8 percent compared to last year at 28.1 percent.

Tjiptardjo said the mining's benchmark has been evaluated as of 2009. In addition to palm oil plantation, gold, sand, and lead mines, coal field will be under monitoring as well.

According to Tjiptardjo, the auditing will also target the previous years.

"The benchmark is considered early warning system," he said.



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