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Implications of Tax Receivables and Retribution for the Economic Growth of Indonesia

Rudi Bratamanggala

European Research Studies Journal, 2017, vol. XX, issue 3A, 570-579

Abstract: In line with its aim, the nature of the research was of hypothesis testing through which, the effect of some empirical variables were analyses. Techniques of data collection used a table matrix on which all data of the identified variables were recorded. The data were computed statistically using path analysis.The research findings stated that there were partial and multiple effects of all the variables under the studies towards the investment boost on the toll roads. The significant multiple effect of all variables was indicated by the number of 87.43%. Meanwhile, the direct effect of natural resources was 22.09% and its effect through relationship with the five variables was 1.65%.The findings recommend the government as well as to the companies to be highly attentive to natural resources and to the five variables when building the toll roads. It is suggested that the government issue regulations for the investors' lenience, procurement, and safety.

Keywords: Investment; Tax; Retribution; Jobs; Economic Growth (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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