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Old 9th October 2017, 11:17
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Mungkin artikel di Bloomberg ini bisa jadi salah satu pandangan kenapa mall di Indonesia bisa sepi :

"Puzzled by the lack of spending, the finance minister ordered a team to examine consumption among various income groups, which found the problem lies among the middle class and high-income earners.

One reason for this, which some economists have alluded to, is the government's efforts to boost tax revenue. Indonesia collected more than $11 billion in penalty payments in a tax amnesty that ended this year, giving citizens a chance to declare assets previously undisclosed to tax authorities.

Since then, the government has stepped up efforts to enforce tax rules, which may be affecting consumers' spending patterns.

Some of the actions by the tax office "looks very aggressive," even though the agency isn't trying to get its hands on everyone's assets, said Anton Gunawan, chief economist at PT Bank Mandiri Tbk. "But that's the impression that is really coming into the minds of people," he said. "That may have impacted on the way people are spending."

Lengkapnya bisa baca di sini :

Why Aren't Indonesian Consumers Spending?

Here, There, And Everywhere

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