14 Jan '11, 4am

Wow this is bs! wat happen to indo govt! RIM retaliates to recent claims by Indonesian govt cc: @rampok

Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic. Powered by WP Greet Box At the BlackBerry DEVCON Asia in Bali, RIM’s Southeast Asia Managing Director Gregory Wade took the time to respond to certain claims by an Indonesian Minister which had surprised the Indonesian public over the past weekend. The minister tweeted that he would ban BlackBerry services unless RIM blocked access to porn on its devices. Regarding the taxation issue which which was also brought up, Wade clarified that the company, “always has and will continue to operate within the laws set by governments around the world, including Indonesia. RIM dutifully pays all applicable taxes that are exercised from its business within the region in the same manner as all other importing manufacturers.” He also responded to other concerns that were brought up, s...

Full article: http://e27.sg/2011/01/14/rim-tax-indonesia/

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