Indonesia Urged to Adopt More Flexible Biodiesel Blending Plan – Bloomberg Tax

The Indonesian Palm Oil Association, known as Gapki, has suggested to the government that it makes the biodiesel blending policy more flexible in order to increase the life of the program, according to Vice Chairman Togar Sitanggang.

  • Government should examine the level of incentives provided by the biodiesel fund, the level of the export levy and the biodiesel blending rate, he said at an online seminar on Monday
  • Current export levy and tax levels are considered a little too high, and the association has asked the government to look into it, he said
  • Indonesian plantation companies receive a little…

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