Government raise export taxes

17 April 2007

The government in Indonesia raised leather export taxes from 15-25% to 25-35% at the end of January to ensure a continuous supply of local leather. Metal, machinery, textile and multifarious industries director general Ansari Bukhari said that in spite of government having reviewed export taxes, leather footwear manufacturers have raised the issue of shortage in supply of raw materials.

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