Indonesia Fiscal Reform DPL 3 (WB-P167297)

  • Indonesia
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  • World Bank (WB)
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Investment Amount (USD)
$ 300.00 million
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$ 300.00 million
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Original disclosure @ WB website

Updated in EWS May 7, 2020

Disclosed by Bank Oct 12, 2018

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Project Description

According to the bank document, the objective of this operation is to support the fiscal sector reforms that will support the Government of Indonesia (GOI) to achieve its medium-term economic development and poverty reduction goals.

The operation aims to do so through supporting reforms in three key policy areas:

  1. Revenue Policy – Improving revenue potential by broadening the tax base, simplifying structures and optimizing tax rates;
  2. Revenue Administration - Improving revenue collection by strengthening compliance enforcement and lowering compliance costs; and
  3. Quality of Spending - Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of public expenditure.

In doing so it is part of the World Bank Group's overall support to the Government's efforts to improve revenue collection and quality of spending, which are central to its overall development agenda.

Investment Description
  • World Bank (WB)
Contact Information

1/World Bank Contct

Name: Derek Hung Chiat Chen, Daniel Alvarez Estrada, Ralph Van Doorn

Title: Senior Economist


Government of Indonesia

3/Implementing Agencies

Fiscal Policy Agency, Ministry of Finance

Name: Suahasil Nuzara

Title: Head of Fiscal Policy Agency, MoF



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