Indonesia has added eight more technology companies to their VAT list, including Alibaba Cloud (Singapore) and Microsoft.
These businesses must pay 10% value-added tax on any sales that they make.
The other six named on Friday were GitHub, Microsoft Regional Sales, UCWeb Singapore, To The New, Coda Payments and Nexmo.
These technology organisations join Google Asia Pacific and Netflix as well as 28 other businesses who were added on July 7, 2020 by the country’s tax authority.
The companies in Friday’s announcement must start charging VAT to advertisers and other customers from Sunday 1 November 2020, the Directorate General of Taxes said in a statement.
Non-resident foreign firms that generate annual sales of at least US$41,000 600 million rupiah for digital products and services from at least 12,000 users in Indonesia are required to pay VAT, the authority said.
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