American technology company, Uber Technologies Inc., is still under pressure following the arrest of its service providers in Indonesia. Indonesian authorities, in cooperation with the Jakarta Land Transportation Organization and the Jakarta Transportation Department, arrested five Uber car-rental drivers under the suspicion of fraud. The main charge is that Uber had deceived the public by operating as a taxi company when it is in fact not a licensed taxi operator. We talked about this allegation, and assessed the weight of the claim in our previous article. Today, we’re going to focus on the other allegation mounted against the smartphone application provider. It’s about tax compliance.┬áTo subscribe please click here