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Asian Agri agrees to pay Rp 2.5 trillion fine in installments - National - The Jakarta Post asian agri tax fraud


Asian Agri is an Indonesian palm oil company, founded in 1979 by Agri and its owner, Sukanto Tanoto, were involved in major tax fraud.

Indonesia's Asian Agri Group, one of Asia's largest palm oil producers which was found guilty of tax evasion in 2012, has agreed to pay 2.5 trillion rupiah (S$ 250 million) in fines after the Attorney General's Office threatened to seize its assets. The company, whose palm oil can.

A palm oil conglomerate found guilty of tax evasion in 2012, has agreed to pay Rp 2.5 trillion (US$204.8 million) in fines in a deal that will allow.

Palm oil conglomerate Asian Agri says it will file an objection regarding its 14 units affected Asian Agri'€™s units in the tax evasion scandal.

In only one of thousands of transactions, Asian Agri's subsidiary, PT Inti It says it wants to push tax evasion and money laundering up the.