A woman pushes a baby stroller past a Porsche Macan car for display at a mall in Jakarta, February 5, 2016. Business may be about to look up for the wealth-management industry helped by President Joko Widodo's tax amnesty plan that could encourage rich Indonesians to declare assets previously concealed from the authorities, either at home or abroad. REUTERS/Beawiharta

An Indonesian woman walks past a Louis Vuitton shop at a mall in Jakarta, February 5, 2016. Business may be about to look up for the industry helped by President Joko Widodo's tax amnesty plan that could encourage rich Indonesians to declare assets. REUTERS/Beawiharta

A woman walks near a Porsche Macan car for display at a mall in Jakarta, February 5, 2016. That compares with the top tax rate for individual income of 30 percent and the corporate rate of 25 percent. REUTERS/Beawiharta

A woman pushes a baby stroller past a Porsche Macan car for display at a mall in Jakarta, February 5, 2016. Previously, the government said that taxpayers disclosing their wealth in the first three months would be taxed at 2 percent, rising to 4 percent the following three months and up to 6 percent by the end of 2016, when the programme ends. REUTERS/Beawiharta

An Indonesian woman walks past a Louis Vuitton shop at a mall in Jakarta, February 5, 2016. Business may be about to look up for the wealth-management industry helped by President Joko Widodo's tax amnesty plan that could encourage rich Indonesians to declare assets previously concealed from the authorities, either at home or abroad. REUTERS/Beawiharta


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