Act No. 35 Of 2004

Original Language Title: Undang-Undang Nomor 35 Tahun 2004

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 129, 2004 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4441) legislation of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 35 of 2004 ABOUT the CHANGES to the Act No. 28 of 2003 ABOUT the BUDGET REVENUE and EXPENDITURE of the STATE FISCAL YEAR 2004 with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA,.,, Considering: a. that the Budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues in 2004 should be implemented in an orderly , efficient, effective, transparent, and accountable with a sense of Justice and propriety, as well as the principle of benefits;
.,, b. that, in order to adjust to developments and changes in circumstances, or perceived need to set the approximate change in the Budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues by changing tax law 28 of 2003 about the budget revenue and Expenditure of the State fiscal year 2004;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 5 paragraph (1), article 20 paragraph (2) and paragraph (4), and article 11 paragraph (1) and paragraph (5) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
., ,2. The Ordinance of the people's Consultative Assembly number IV/MPR/1999 regarding the outlines of the bow of the country in 1999-2004;
., ,3. Act No. 25 of 1999 regarding Financial Equalization between the Central Government and the regions (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 72, State Gazette Supplementary Number 3857);
., ,4. Act No. 25 of 2000 about national development Program (Propenas) 2000-2004 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2000 Number 206);
., ,5. Act No. 18 of 2001 on special autonomy for the province of Aceh as the province of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 114 in 2001, additional State Gazette Number 12468);
., ,6. Act No. 21 of 2001 on special autonomy for Papua Province (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 135 in 2001, additional State Gazette Number 4151);
., ,7. Act No. 24 of 2002 about the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 110 in 2002, an additional State Gazette Number 4236);
., ,8. Act No. 17 of 2003 about State Finances (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 47 in 2003, an additional State Gazette Number 4286);
., ,9. Act No. 19 of 2003 about State-owned enterprises (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 70 in 2003, an additional State Gazette Number 4297);
., .10. Act No. 28 of 2003 about the budget of the State Expenditures and revenues of the fiscal year 2004 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2003 Number 139, an additional Sheet country number 4337);
.,, 11. Act No. 1 of 2004 on the Treasury of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 2004, an additional Sheet No. 5 country number 4355);
., 12. Act No. 3 of 2004 concerning the examination of the management and financial responsibility of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 66 in 2004, an additional State Gazette Number 4400);
Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA and the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA DECIDES:.,, set: the law on CHANGES to the Act No. 28 of 2003 ABOUT the BUDGET of the STATE EXPENDITURES and REVENUES of the FISCAL YEAR 2004.
Article I changed some provisions of Act No. 28 of 2003 about the budget of the State Expenditures and revenues of the fiscal year 2004 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2003 Number 139, an additional Sheet country number 4337) as follows:.,, 1. The provisions of article 3 paragraph (2), subsection (3), subsection (4), and subsection (5) are amended so that the whole of article 3 be as follows:.,, "article 3, (1) the State income and Grant Budget fiscal year 2004 were obtained from sources :.,, a. acceptance of taxation;

b. Acceptance of State instead of taxes;

c. receipt of grants.
.,, (2) the receipt of taxation referred to in paragraph (1) letter a are estimated at Rp 279.207.480.000.000 (two hundred and seventy-nine trillion seven billion two hundred and eighty-four hundred million rupiah).
.,, (3) the acceptance of the State instead of the tax referred to in subsection (1) letter b is estimated amounting to Rp 123.824.343.430.000 (one hundred twenty-three trillion eight hundred twenty-four billion, three hundred and forty-three million four hundred thirty thousand rupiah).
.,, (4) the receipt of grants as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is estimated at Rp 737.705.900.000 (seven hundred thirty seven billion seven hundred and five million nine hundred thousand rupiah).
.,, (5) the amount of State income and grant budget fiscal year 2004 as mentioned in subsection (2), subsection (3), and subsection (4) is estimated at Rp 403.769.529.330.000 (four hundred and three trillion seven billion nine hundred and sixty five hundred twenty-nine million three hundred and thirty thousand rupiah). ", 2. The provisions of article 4 paragraph (2), subsection (3), and subsection (4) are amended so that the whole of article 4 as follows: "article,., 4.,, (1) receipt of tax referred to in article 3 paragraph (1) letter a consists of:.,, a. domestic Tax;

b. international trade Taxes.
.,, (2) domestic tax revenues as intended in paragraph (1) letter a are estimated at Rp 267.033.380.000.000 (two hundred and sixty seven trillion, thirty-three billion three hundred and eighty million dollars).
.,, (3) international trade tax revenues as intended in paragraph (1) letter b are estimated at Rp 12.174.100.000.000 (twelve trillion one hundred and seventy-four billion one hundred million rupiah).
.,, (4) tax receipt Details fiscal year 2004 as mentioned in subsection (2) and paragraph (3) are listed in the explanation of this paragraph. ",, 3. The provisions of article 5 paragraph (2), subsection (3), subsection (4), and subsection (5) are amended so that the whole of article 5 be as follows:.,, "section 5.,, (1) the acceptance of the State instead of the tax referred to in article 3 paragraph (1) letter b composed of:.,, a. Acceptance of natural resources;

b. Government over Part-owned enterprises profit;

c. acceptance of the country instead of other taxes.
.,, (2) Acceptance of the natural resources referred to in paragraph (1) letter a are estimated at Rp 92.407.639.441.000 (ninety-two trillion seven billion four hundred and six hundred and thirty-nine million four hundred and forty-one thousand rupiah).
.,, (3) the part of the Government over the profit of State-owned enterprises referred to in paragraph (1) letter b are estimated at Rp 9.103.500.000.000 (nine hundred trillion three billion five hundred million rupiah).
.,, (4) tax instead of other countries Acceptance referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is estimated at Rp 22.313.203.989.000 (twenty-two trillion three hundred and thirteen billion two hundred and three million nine hundred eighty-nine thousand dollars).
.,, (5) details of acceptance state tax instead of fiscal year 2004 as mentioned in subsection (2), subsection (3), and subsection (4) are listed in the explanation of this paragraph. "., 4. The provisions of article 6 paragraph (2), subsection (3), and subsection (4) are amended so that the entirety of article 6 be as follows:.,, "article 6 (1) of the State budget of fiscal year 2004 comprises:.,, a. budget of the Central Government;

b. budget for the region.
.,, (2) the Central Government budget as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a are estimated at Rp 300.036.173.502.000 (three hundred and thirty-six billion trillion one hundred and seventy-three million five hundred and two thousand rupiahs).
.,, (3) a budget for the area referred to in subsection (1) letter b is estimated amounting to Rp 130.005.001.340.000 (one hundred thirty-five billion trillion one million three hundred and forty thousand dollars).
.,, (4) the amount of the State budget of fiscal year 2004 as mentioned in subsection (2) and paragraph (3) is estimated to be Rp 430.041.174.842.000 (four hundred and thirty trillion forty-one billion one hundred seventy four million eight hundred forty-two thousand rupiahs). "., .5. The provisions of article 7 paragraph (2), subsection (3), and subsection (4) are amended so that the whole of article 7 be as follows:.,, "Chapter 7.,, (1) the budget of the Central Government as stipulated in article 6 paragraph (1) letter a consists of:., routine Expenditures, a.;

b. Development Expenditure.
.,, (2) regular Expenditure as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a are estimated at Rp 228.088.404.400.000 (two hundred and twenty-eight trillion and eighty-eight billion four hundred and four million four hundred thousand rupiah).
.,, (3) Development Expenditure as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b are estimated at Rp 71.947.769.102.000 (seventy-one trillion nine hundred forty-seven billion seven hundred and sixty nine million one hundred and two thousand rupiahs).
.,, (4) regular expenditure and expenditure Details the construction of the 2004 budget year referred to in subsection (2) and paragraph (3) into the sector and subsector noted in the explanation of this verse.
., ,6. The provisions of article 9 paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) are amended so that the overall article 9 as follows:.,, "article 9.,, (1) a budget for the region referred to (3) in article 6 paragraph (1) letter b composed of:., equalization Funds, a.;

b. special autonomy and Funding adjustments.
.,, (2) the balance of Funds as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is estimated amounting to Rp 123.149.623.397.000 (one hundred twenty-three trillion one hundred and forty-nine billion six hundred twenty-three million three hundred ninety-seven thousand dollars).
.,, (3) a special autonomy Fund and adjustments referred to in paragraph (1) letter b are estimated at Rp 6.855.377.943.000 (six trillion, eight hundred fifty-five billion, three hundred and seventy-seven million nine hundred and forty-three thousand dollars). "

., ,7. The provisions of article 10 and paragraph (2), subsection (3), and subsection (4) are amended so that the overall article 10 being as follows:.,, "Section 10.,, (1) the balance of Funds as referred to in article 9 paragraph (2) letter a consists of:.,, a. Funding for results;

b. allocation of Public Funds;

c. special allocation Fund.
.,, (2) funds for the results referred to in paragraph (1) letter a are estimated at Rp 37.368.366.053.000 (thirty-seven trillion three hundred sixty-eight billion three hundred and sixty-six millions fifty-three thousand dollars).
.,, (3) allocation of Public Funds as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b are estimated at Rp 82.130.926.144.000 (eighty-two trillion one hundred and thirty billion nine hundred twenty six million one hundred forty-four thousand rupiah).
.,, (4) special allocation Funds as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is estimated at Rp 3.650.331.200.000 (three trillion six hundred fifty billion three hundred and thirty-one million two hundred thousand rupiah).
.,, (5) the Division further equalization funds is carried out in accordance with the provisions of Act No. 25 of 1999 regarding Financial Equalization between the Central Government and the region. "., .8. The provisions of article 11 amended so that overall the article 11 to be as follows:.,, "section 11.,, (1) a special autonomy Fund and adjustments referred to in article 9 paragraph (1) letter b composed of:.,, a. special autonomy Funds;

b. Funding adjustments.
.,, (2) a special autonomy Fund referred to in subsection (1) letter a is estimated amounting to Rp 1.642.617.943.000 (one trillion six hundred forty-two billion six hundred seventeen million nine hundred and forty-three thousand dollars).
.,, (3) Fund adjustments as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b are estimated at Rp 5.212.760.000.000 (five trillion two hundred twelve billion seven hundred and sixty million rupiah). "., .9. The provisions of article 12 was changed, so the whole article 12 be as follows:.,, "article 12.,, (1) with the amount of State income and grant budget fiscal year 2004 amounting to Rp 403.769.529.330.000 (four hundred and three trillion seven hundred sixty-nine (1) billion five hundred and twenty-nine million three hundred and thirty thousand dollars) as stipulated in article 3 paragraph (5), is smaller than the amount of the State budget is Rp 430.041.174.842.000 (four hundred and thirty trillion forty-one billion one hundred seventy four million eight hundred forty two thousand rupiahs) as referred to in article 6 paragraph (4), then in fiscal year 2004 there were an estimated budget deficit of Rp 26.271.645.512.000 (twenty six trillion, two hundred and seventy-one billion six hundred and forty five million five hundred and twelve thousand rupiah), which will be financed from the budget deficit financing.
.,, (2) Financing deficit budget income and expenditure the State fiscal year 2004 as mentioned in subsection (1) is obtained from sources:.,,.,, a. Banking in the country amounting to Rp 23.911.807.287.000 (twenty-three trillion nine hundred eleven billion eight hundred seven million two hundred and eighty-seven thousand rupiah); b. Privatization amounting to Rp 5.000.000.000.000 (five trillion rupiah);., c. asset restructuring program Selling amounting to Rp 12.913.306.000.000 (twelve trillion nine hundred twelve billion three hundred and six million dollars);
.,, d. Bond (neto) amounting to Rp 8.225.346.225.000 (eight trillion two hundred twenty five billion three hundred forty-six million two hundred twenty-five thousand rupiah);
.,, e. Financing abroad (neto) of negative Rp 23.778.814.000.000 (twenty-three trillion seven hundred seventy eight billion eight hundred and fourteen million dollars).
.,, (3) the details of financing the budget deficit of revenue and Expenditure of the State fiscal year 2004 as mentioned in subsection (2) are listed in the explanation of this paragraph. "
Article II of this Act comes into force on the date of promulgation and has the power of conduct retroactively as of January 1, 2004.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this legislation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

.,, Enacted in Jakarta on 180ktober 2004 the PRESIDENT of INDONESIA, MEGAWATI SUKARNOPUTRI Enacted in Jakarta on 180ktober 2004 the SECRETARY of STATE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, BAMBANG KESOWO RI STATE GAZETTE SUPPLEMENTARY No. 4441 (explanation of the 2004 State Gazette Number 129) EXPLANATION for the law of the Republic of INDONESIA NUMBER 35 of 2004 ABOUT the CHANGES to the Act No. 28 of 2003 ABOUT the BUDGET of the STATE EXPENDITURES and REVENUES of the FISCAL YEAR 2004. Budget, drafting, revenues and Expenditures of the State (NATIONAL BUDGET) in the 2004 Budget, as any fiscal policy, referring to the policy directions outlined in the outlines of the bow of the State (GBHN) 1999-2004, among other healthy STATE BUDGET by reducing the budget deficit through increased budgetary discipline, reduction in foreign loans gradually, increasing the progressive tax is fair and honest, as well as saving on expenses. The policy directions outlined in the National Development Program (Propenas) 2000-2004, in 2004 the implementation of the annual development plan poured in (Repeta) in 2004. In addition, the drafting of the STATE BUDGET fiscal year 2004 has also been gradually adapted to Act No. 17 of 2003 about the finances of the State.
In 2004, the first year of implementation of the economic program of Indonesia without the extended fund facility (EFF) from the IMF that brought consequences on burden of STATE BUDGET because of the absence of more facilities scheduling debt through the Paris Club and the support of foreign exchange reserves in the balance of payments. However, as the last year of implementation of the STATE BUDGET fiscal year Propenas, 2004 fixed the fiscal consolidation effort is directed at the intended to lighten the burden of government debt in the medium term, a sustained fiscal resilience manifests (fiscal sustainability), and support the process of economic recovery through the granting of fiscal stimulus within the confines of the financial capabilities of the State. In addition, the STATE BUDGET fiscal year 2004 is also directed to solidify the process of decentralization with the still seeking equitable financial interregional capabilities, which in accordance with the principle of fairness and commensurate with the magnitude of the authority delegated to the Central Government to the regions in the framework of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia (SO).
The Government's Efforts, and the Monetary Authority in the exercise of economic policy has been consistently showing the results was satisfactory. The position of the money primary is still under control and interest rates are still at a low level is maintained showing the condition of the economic fundamentals still awake. In addition, the kondusifnya political stability and security in the country, has encouraged consumption and investment activities. Meanwhile, the improving world economic growth, including the world trade volume provides an environment that is more conducive to the development of Indonesia's exports.
.,, Based on the development of the social, political, and economics are relatively conducive, Indonesia's economic growth in 2004 is expected to reach 4.8 (four commas eight) percent or the same as those assumed at the time of the 2004 NATIONAL BUDGET preparation. Meanwhile, there is still high demand for foreign exchange by domestic abusers (bandwagon effect) as a result of the effects of the existence of obstacles and expectations of rising interest rates the Federal Fund that led to strengthening United States dollar globally, in turn resulted in the weakening of the rupiah exchange rate against the United States dollar.
.,, As compared to the exchange rate assumed in the 2004 STATE BUDGET of Rp 8600 (eight thousand six hundred rupiah) per United States dollar, in its realization is estimated at Rp 8900 (eight thousand nine hundred rupiah) per United States dollar.
.,, The condition is expected to slightly push the inflation rate in the year of 2004, which is expected to reach 7.0 (seven zero comma) per cent, slightly higher than that assumed in the 2004 STATE BUDGET, i.e. of 6.5 (six comma five) percent.
.,, The weakening of the rupiah exchange rate against the dollar a share against United States provides a level of inflation which in turn will also give opportunities against the rise in the average interest rate of Bank Indonesia Certificates (SBI).
.,, However, in order to maintain monetary stability and support the development of investment in the real sector, the Bank Indonesia trying to maintain interest rates at relatively low levels. In this case the Bank Indonesia conducts monetary policy tends to be tight (tight bias) and attempting to absorb excess liquidity optimally through restrictions on the volume of Bank Indonesia Facility (FASBI) overnight, FASBI 7 days of activation, and the application of the compulsory Minimum Giro (GWM). 0leh therefore, in 2004, the level of interest rates on SBI 3 months is expected to reach 7.6 (seven comma six) percent, lower than that assumed in the 2004 STATE BUDGET amounted to 8.5 (eight comma five) percent.
Security Conditions, Iraq is not yet fully recovered and the low stock of United States oil is predicted to disrupt the supply of crude oil in the international market. On the other hand, the demand of crude oil are estimated to remain high that was triggered by the growing demand for oil in connection with the increasing world economic growth. The imbalance has prompted increasing crude oil price in the international market. In 2004, crude oil prices Indonesia is expected to reach US $ 35,0 (thirty-five United States dollars zero comma) per barrel, higher than that assumed in the 2004 STATE BUDGET of US $ 22,0 (twenty-two United States dollars zero comma) per barrel.

.,, In the meantime, crude oil production is expected to reach Indonesia 1.072 (one comma zero seventy-two) million barrels per day, lower than assumed in the 2004 STATE BUDGET amounted to 1.150 (a comma one hundred fifty) million barrels per day.
.,, More low estimated crude production is caused by not yet optimal production oil wells and a decrease in naturally production oil wells are relatively old age, and the lack of new investments in the field of petroleum.
.,, Various macroeconomic indicators Development that has given the effect on the implementation of the STATE BUDGET fiscal year 2004. In addition, the realization of the implementation of the STATE BUDGET fiscal year 2004 also dipengarnhi by the policies of the Government in the fiscal field. In connection with that, then against the budget of the State Expenditures and revenues of the fiscal year 2004 as stipulated in Act No. 28 of 2003 need to do various adjustments, to make it more realistic and in line with changes and developments that occur.
.,, State income and grant in 2004 is estimated to be turned into Rp 403.769.529.330.000 (four hundred and three trillion seven billion nine hundred and sixty five hundred twenty-nine million three hundred and thirty thousand dollars) or higher than set out in BUDGET 2004. More high estimates of State income realization and grants is caused by more high estimates of the realization of the acceptance of the domestic reception of grants. The realization of the income in the country, which is predicated on the acceptance of taxation and State acceptance instead of taxes (PNBP) estimated each would reach 102.6 (one hundred two comma six) percent and 160.6 (one hundred and sixty coma six) percent of set out in BUDGET 2004. More high estimates of the realization of tax receipts related to improved economic performance, in addition to the already unsettled tax administration measures, such as the addition of a number of individual agency and WP, the implementation of audit, as well as accelerating the disbursement of arrears. While more high estimated realization PNBP deals with increasingly Martinet PNBP and remittance have unsettled policies PNBP. Meanwhile, the acceptance of which is sourced from grants its realization is estimated at 116.3 (one hundred six betas are comma three) percent of set out in his BUDGET.
.,, As is the case with State revenue and grants, the realization of State spending is estimated to be higher than set out in BUDGET 2004, turned into Rp 430.041.174.842.000 (four hundred and thirty trillion forty-one billion one hundred seventy four million eight hundred forty-two thousand rupiahs).
.,, More height approximate realization is caused by more high estimates of the realization of the Central Government expenditures as well as expenditures for the area of which has been set out in the 2004 STATE BUDGET. The realization of Central Government expenditure, which consists of regular expenditure and expenditure of each development is expected to reach 123.7 (three hundred and twenty seven semicolon) percent and 101.5 (one hundred and one coma five) percent of set out in BUDGET 2004. More high estimates of the routine spending realization with regards to more high spending for subsidies on FUEL as a result of more height approximate realization of Indonesia crude oil price in the international market of the assumption at the time of the preparation of the 2004 STATE BUDGET.
.,, In addition, the weakening of the rupiah exchange rate against the United States dollar also pushed more to the high expenditure for FUEL subsidies.
., While more high estimates of the realization of the development expenses associated with more high absorption of budget development, which proceeds from the financing of the rupiah.
.,, Meanwhile, realization of shopping to the area in 2004 is expected to reach 109.2 (one hundred ninety two-semicolon) percent of set out in BUDGET 2004. More high estimates of those relating to the realization of more height approximate realization of some reception in the land dibagihasilkan to the area.
.,, Although there are changes in almost all assumptions macro, which in turn influential on BUDGET quantities, but attempts to nourish the NATIONAL BUDGET through the control of budget deficits is continuously performed.
., Based on the approximate realization of State income and grant, and the estimated realization of State spending, the budget deficit is expected to be changed to Rp 26.271.645.512 million (twenty-six trillion, two hundred and seventy-one billion six hundred and forty five million five hundred and twelve thousand rupiah). The budget deficit would be financed through other sources of financing in the country as well as abroad. In 2004, the realization of the financing sources of domestic and foreign each is expected to reach 124.5 (one hundred and twenty four comma five) percent and 147.3 (one hundred and forty-seven commas three) percent of that has been set out in the 2004 STATE BUDGET.
., In accordance with the provisions outlined in article 16 of Act No. 28 of 2003 about the budget of the State Expenditures and revenues of the fiscal year 2004 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2003 Number 139, an additional Sheet country number 4337), then changes to the Budget of the State Expenditures and revenues of the fiscal year 2004 need to be regulated by law.

The SAKE ARTICLE ARTICLE article I Figure 1., 3.,, article, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), tax Receipts, originally set at Rp 272.175.100.000.000 (two hundred and seventy-two trillion one hundred and seventy-five billion one hundred million rupiah). Paragraph (3), not state tax Receipts, initially set at Rp 77.124.435.800.000 (seventy seven trillion one hundred and twenty four billion four hundred and thirty-five million eight hundred thousand rupiah). Subsection (4), originally designated grants, revenues amounting to Rp 634.200.000.000 (six hundred and thirty four billion two hundred million rupiah). Subsection (5), the budget, the amount of State income and Grant was originally set at Rp 349.933.735.800.000 (three hundred and forty-nine trillion nine hundred thirty-three billion seven tatus thirty-five million eight hundred thousand rupiah).

Figure 2., 4.,, article, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), domestic tax revenues, initially set at Rp 260.223.900.000.000 (two hundred and sixty trillion, two hundred and twenty-three billion nine hundred million rupiah). Paragraph (3), international trade, tax revenues originally set of Rpll. 951.200.000.000 (eleven trillion nine hundred fifty-one billion two hundred million rupiah). Subsection (4), taxation, revenues amounted to Rp2 originally planned 72.17 5,100,000,000 (two hundred and seventy-two trillion hundred of seventy-five billion one hundred million rupiah) turned into Rp 279.207.480.000.000 (two hundred and seventy-nine trillion seven billion two hundred and eighty-four hundred million rupiah).
(in dollars) Type of Original Receipts Be +--------------------------------------------------------------+ a. domestic Tax income tax 120,835,000,000,000 112,767,200,000,000 260,223,900,000,000 267,033,380,000,000 0110 (PPh) 0111 nonmigas PPh Pasal 21 27,912,885,000,000 22,256,200,000,000 0112 PPh Article 22 3,504,215,000,000 2,221,000,000,000 non import 0113 PPh Article 22 6,766,760,000,000 9,239,500,000,000 import 0114 PPh Pasal 23 14,016,860,000,000 11,638,100,000,000 0115 PPh Article 25/29 3,745,885,000,000 1,670,500,000,000 people personal 0116 PPh Article 25/29 42,654,755,000,000 45,664,000,000,000 agency 0117 PPh Pasal PPh 16,191,890,000,000 12,526,500,000,000 26 6,041,750,000,000 7,551,400,000,000 0118 final fiscal and foreign petroleum PPh 0120 13,132,600,000,000 23,085,780,000,000 and natural gas petroleum PPh 0121 3,537,100,000,000 8,115,530,000,000 0122 PPh natural gas 9,595,500,000,000 14,970,250,000,000 0130 86,272,700,000,000 87,506,300,000,000 value added tax on goods and services and sales taxes over the luxury goods (VAT and PPnBM) 0140 8,030,700,000,000 10,211,700,000,000 the Earth and building Tax (PBB) 0150 Bea acquisition 2,667,900,000,000 3,182,200,000,000 rights over land and buildings (BPHTB) 0160 tax Income Tax Revenues 1,614,000,000,000 1,838,300,000,000 other 27,671,000,000,000 28,441,900,000,000 0170 b. Tax trade 11,951,200,000,000 12,174,100,000,000 international 11,636,000,000,000 11,837,600,000,000 Customs Revenue 0210 incoming tax revenues/0220 the export levy 315,200,000,000 336,500,000,000 +--------------------------------------------------------------+ Figure 3., 5.,, section, subsection (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), of the natural resources, the acceptance of the original set of Rp 47.240.470.800.000 (forty-seven trillion, two hundred and forty billion four hundred and seventy million eight hundred thousand rupiah). Paragraph (3), the Government's top part, receiving profit owned enterprises initially set of Rpll. 454.165.000.000 (eleven trillion, four hundred and fifty-four billion one hundred sixty-five million rupiah). Subsection (4), not country, acceptance of other tax originally was set at Rp 18.429.800.000.000 (eighteen trillion four hundred twenty-nine billion eight hundred million rupiah). Subsection (5), not state tax Receipts, initially set at Rp 77.124.435.800.000 (seventy seven trillion one hundred and twenty four billion four hundred and thirty-five million eight hundred thousand rupiah) changed to Rp 123.824.343.430.000 (one hundred twenty-three trillion eight hundred twenty-four billion, three hundred and forty-three million four hundred thirty thousand rupiah).

(in dollars) Type of Original Receipts Be +--------------------------------------------------------------+ a. Acceptance of natural power source 47,240,470,800,000 92,407,639,441,000 0310 oil revenues 28,247,870,000,000 63,863,900,000,000 Earth 28,247,870,000,000 63,863,900,000,000 petroleum Revenue 0311 0320 Revenue Revenue 15,754,350,000,000 23,783,500,000,000 15,754,350,000,000 23,783,500,000,000 0321 natural gas natural gas Revenue 0330 1,628,250,800,000 1,760,226,441,000 46,733,300,000 40,934,007,000 0331 General mining Revenue dues fixed income-0332 1,581,517,500,000 1,719,292,434,000 royalties Income 1,010,000,000,000 2,700,013,000,000 0341 0340 forestry Income Fund 724,000,000,000 2,029,578,000,000 280,000,000,000 664,435,000,000 Income provision 0342 reforestation forest resources 0343 6,000,000,000 6,000,000,000 dues Revenue concession rights 0350 forest Revenue Revenue 600,000,000,000 300,000,000,000 600,000,000,000 300,000,000,000 0351 fisheries fisheries b. section 11,454,165,000,000 9,103,500,000,000 Government over the profits of Government-OWNED ENTERPRISES 0410 Part 11,454,165,000,000 9,103,500,000,000 top profit ENTERPRISE c. 18,429,800,000,000 22,313,203,989,000 State Acceptance rather than other tax Sale results 1,022,402,680,000 1,178,224,850,000 0510 production confiscated 0511 Sales results 1,927,524,000 3,877,894,000 agriculture, forestry and plantations 0512 Sales results 9,963,927,000 9,963,927,000 farm and fisheries 0513 Sales results 993,474,167,000 993,474,167,000 mine 6,013,854,000 150,000,000,000 results Sales confiscated 0514/0515 heritage treasure and plunder the sale of drug-258,400,000 379,424,000 drugs and other pharmaceutical 0516 yield Sales information 3,967,398,000 4,023,454,000 publishing, film, and print other document Sales-0517-3,122,520,000 document 6,797,410,000 13,383,464,000 0520 0519 other Sales auction sale house sales, 262,420,000 24,194,178,000 43,069,655,000 116,939,246,000 0521, 0522, building and land vehicle sales 1,070,588,000 1,070,588,000 motor 38,635,773,000 68,905,954,000 buy lease Sales 0523 0529 3,100,874,000 22,768,526,000 other assets Sales of excess/damaged eliminated 0530 20,434,704,000 30,759,511,000 0531 rental income house rent Office , 6,974,793,000 16,704,802,000 home country 0532 10,129,133,000 10,129,133,000 building, building Leases, warehouse Leases 0533 1,531,750,000 2,126,548,000 moving objects 0539 Lease objects 1,799,028,000 1,799,028,000 other income-0540 immobile services I 3,975,886,112,000 3,103,586,557,000 0541 101,108,747,000 101,108,747,000 income of hospitals and other health institutions 0542 Income place 2,207,209,000 2,218,004,000 entertainment/garden/museum 0543 1,489,703,055,000 399,480,355,000 Income certificate, visa/passport and DRIVER'S LICENSE/VEHICLE REGISTRATION/REGISTRATION Revenue Services-0544 7,000,000,000 1,169,805,000,000 1,169,805,000,000 0545 land Income right permitting 0546 Income 63,160,054,000 197,359,904,000 sensor/quarantine/supervision/inspection 0547 893,473,065,000 940,614,133,000 energy services Income, employment services, information services, training services, and services Revenue Services 65,000,100,000 65,000,100,000 0548 Technology Office of religious affairs Revenue Services 0549 191,428,882,000 221,000,314,000 airport, kepelabuhanan, and kenavigasian 928,120,904,000 1,051,754,532,000 0551 0550 service Income II service Income 27,142,279,000 249,688,416,000 financial institutions (current service) services Revenue 621,833,500,000 395,235,513,000 0552 organizing telecommunications Revenue dues 0553 4,471,880,000 6,456,524,000 auction for poor service Revenues-0554 592,766,000 registration fee Income 2,520,781,000 2,520,781,000 0555 billing with state taxes the letter forced 0556 0557 pewarganegaraan 100,000,000 7,000,000,000 money Income Income bea 16,500,100,000 16,500,100,000 0558 auction Revenues expenses Receivables Management 100,000,000,000 100,000,000,000 State and the auction of the State Revenue Service 0559 155,552,364,000 273,760,432,000 other income-0560 routine from 198,646,387,000 198,646,387,000 country 27,224,566,000-0561 revenue from granting letters of travel Republic Indonesia 0562 revenues from consular document management services 171,421,821,000 198,646,387,000 0610 Revenue the Attorney and the judicial 19,275,460,000 40,690,460,000 0611 0612 100,000,000 200,000,000 hand sign Legalization Endorsement letter in hand under 50,000,000 70,000,000 0613 (table Money leges 681,000,000 1,026,000,000) and wages on the clerk of the Court's governing body fines Results fines/0614 12,020,000,000 25,200,000,000 speeding tickets and so forth 06150ngkos 914,500,000 8,084,500,000 Acceptance 5,509,960,000 6,109,960,000 0619 litigation Attorney and other judicial 0710 2,845,108,338,000 1,422,600,000,000 0711 education Income Money Money 2,037,998,065,000 1,311,980,504,000 0712 education entrance examination, 2,926,370,000 12,314,222,000 the increase in the level of education, and end 0713 Money examination for 14,040,000 1,393,030,000 run 804,169,863,000 96,912,244,000 pendikan Income 0719 practice other 0810 1,383,263,000 1,007,251,556,000 revenues from receipt of return shopping fiscal year runs 0811 Acceptance back 1,231,843,000 38,740,128,000 Shopping Center employees 0813 Acceptance back-151,139,068,000 shopping 58,380,000 649,885,342,000 Return Receipt 0814 retirement shopping other routine 0815 Acceptance back development spending of rupiah 93,040,000 47,487,018,000 pure 120,000,000,000-0816 Acceptance back development spending overseas lending Income from 0820 604,650,000 581,686,032,000 acceptance back shopping budget year ago 0821 Acceptance back 458,438,000 20,432,802,000 employee shopping centre 0822 Acceptance back-2,537,454,000 autonomous region 0823 employees shopping Receipts back-3,141,286,000 shopping 100,772,000 343,141,022,000 0824 retirement Reception back other routine expenditures 0825 Acceptance back development spending of rupiah 45,440,000 62,751,364,000 pure 149,661,234,000-0826 Acceptance back development spending overseas loan Acceptance 0827 20,870,000-back development spending grants 0840 0841 6,850,000,000,000 7,691,600,000,000 accounts receivable repayment Income Income 6,850,000,000,000 7,691,600,000,000 repayment of accounts receivable accounting Correction-0870 8,682,748,000 last fiscal year 0871 Correction-8,675,280,000 bookkeeping development spending overseas loans 0873 Correction-7,468,000 bookkeeping routine shopping 0890 other Revenue 2,524,867,847,000 5,880,782,110,000 0891 Acceptance back 1,717,157,000 10,060,052,000 advance cash advance/0892 salary receipt of fines 7,181,548,000 31,499,914,000 delay completion 0893 Admission back 14,463,132,000 35,884,916,000/ganti loss over the losses suffered by the country's acceptance of a fine-0894 125,368,000 Administration BPHTB 0895 2,500,000,000,000 2,500,000,000,000 premium guarantee acceptance of national banking 0899 other budget Revenues 1,506,010,000 3,303,211,860,000 +--------------------------------------------------------------+ Figure 4., 6.,, article, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), the Central Government budget, originally planned at Rp 255.308.989.000.000 (two hundred fifty-five billion, three hundred eight trillion nine hundred eighty nine million rupiah). Paragraph (3), the budget for the region, originally planned at Rp 119.042.274.087.000 (one hundred and nineteen trillion and forty-two billion two hundred seventy-four million eighty-seven thousand dollars). Subsection (4), the State budget, the amount originally planned amounting to Rp 374.351.263.087.000 (three hundred and seventy-four trillion three hundred fifty one billion two hundred and sixty three million eighty-seven thousand rupiah) turned into Rp 430.041.174.842.000 (four hundred and thirty trillion forty-one billion one hundred seventy four million eight hundred forty-two thousand rupiahs).

Figures 5., 7.,, section, subsection (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), routine Expenditure originally planned, amounting to Rp 184.437.789.000.000 (one hundred and eighty-four trillion, four hundred and thirty seven billion seven hundred eighty nine million rupiah). Paragraph (3), the reconstruction of the planned Expenditure, amounting to Rp 70.871.200.000.000 (seventy trillion eight hundred seventy one billion two hundred million rupiah). Subsection (4), routine Expenditure originally planned, amounting to Rp 184.437.789.000.000 (one hundred and eighty-four trillion, four hundred and thirty seven billion seven hundred eighty nine million rupiah) turned into Rp 228.088.404.400.000 (two hundred and twenty-eight trillion and eighty-eight billion four hundred and four million four hundred thousand rupiah).

(in dollars) Sector/Subsector had originally Be +---------------------------------------------------------------+ 01 INDUSTRIAL SECTOR Industrial Subsector 01.1 36,518,182,000 36,518,182,000 02 36,518,182,000 36,518,182,000 agriculture, forestry, MARINE and FISHERIES Subsector of agriculture 223,530,529,000 223,530,529,000 924,318,020,000 872,149,183,000 02.1 02.2 02.3 612,720,742,000 560,551,905,000 Forestry Subsector Subsector marine and Fisheries SECTOR 88,066,749,000 88,066,749,000 03 PENGAlRAN 38,399,782,000 38,309,782,000 03.1 Subsector Development and management of Irrigation 37,254,183,000 37,164,183,000 03.2 Subsector Development and management of the Water resources SECTOR WORKFORCE 1,145,599,000 1,145,599,000 04 275,075,879,000 225,165,286,000 275,075,879,000 225,165,286,000 05 Labor Subsector 04.1 TRADE USARA NATIONAL development, finance, and COOPERATIVE Subsector 05.1 136,362,543,332,000 182,666,964,532,000 domestic trade 12,421,677,000 12,421,677,000 05.2 Subsector foreign trade 97,672,041,000 97,672,041,000 SubsektorKeuangan 136,195,718,611,000 182,500,139,811,000 Subseklor 05.5 05.4 cooperatives and micro, small, and medium-sized TRANSPORT SECTOR 56,731,003,000 56,731,003,000 06, meteorology and Geophysics 664,830,787,000 664,769,878,000 27,477,400,000 27,416,491,000 Road Infrastructure Subsector 06.1 06.2 Subsector land transportation marine transportation Subsector 06.3 39,207,940,000 39,207,940,000 377,858,647,000 377,858,647,000 116,017,604,000 116,017,604,000 air transportation Subsector 06.4 06.5 Subsector Meteorology , Geophysics, search and rescue 104,269,196,000 104,269,196,000 07 MINING and ENERGY SECTOR 414,868,249,000 414,868,249,000 07.1 07.2 396,850,648,000 396,850,648,000 Mining Subsector Subsector Energy 18,017,601,000 18,017,601,000 08 TOURISM SECTOR, POSTAL, telecommunications, Informatics, and 396,622,893,000 296,622,893,000 83,815,519,000 83,815,519,000 Tourism Subsector 08.1 08.2 Subsector of the post, telecommunications and Informatics SECTOR LOCAL DEVELOPMENT 87,716,850,000 87,627,443,000 312,807,374,000 212,807,374,000 09 09.1 09.2 50,695,012,000 50,695,012,000 autonomous region Subsector Subsector Development areas and community empowerment 37,021,838,000 36,932,431,000 10 SECTORS of NATURAL RESOURCES and the ENVIRONMENT , And SPATIAL 706,410,873,000 606,621,951,000 10.1 Subsector of the natural resources and the environment 17,602,943,000 17,602,943,000 10.2 Subsector Spatial and Land 688,807,930,000 589,019,008,000 11 SECTORS of NATIONAL education, culture, youth and SPORTS the Education Subsector 5,486,448,950,000 4,986,097,931,000 6,290,065,218,000 5,773,406,162,000 11.1 11.2 Subsector Education Beyond School 656,020,034,000 648,359,874,000 104,365,229,000 97,033,468,000 national culture Subsector 11.3 11.4 Subsector youth and Sports 43,231,005,000 41,914,889,000 12 SECTOR of the POPULATION and FAMILIES 902,446,796,000 202,446,796,000 12.1 Subsector population and Family WELFARE SECTOR 902,446,796,000 202,446,796,000 13 SOSlAL , Health, WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT and 458,559,901,000 458,559,901,000 86,199,219,000 86,199,219,000 social welfare Subsector 13.1 13.2 372,360,682,000 372,360,682,000 14 Health Subsector HOUSING SECTOR and SETTLEMENTS Housing Subsector 266,921,000 569,814,000 62,214,008,000 61,745,968,000 14.1 14.2 the RELIGIOUS SECTOR 61,947,087,000 61,176,154,000 15 Residential Subsector 1,825,175,585,000 1,825,175,585,000 15.1 Subsector Services religious life Coaching Education Subsector 15.2 388,612,445,000 388,612,445,000 Religion 1,436,563,140,000 1,436,563,140,000 16 SECTORS of SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY 878,513,690,000 877,991,048,000 16.1 Subsector service utilization of science and technology 3,433,084,000 3,433,084,000 16.2 Subsector research and development in science and technology 575,039,722,000 574,597,080,000 16.3 Subsector institutional, Infrastructure and means of Science and technology 28,990,010,000 28,990,010,000 16.4 Subsector LEGAL SECTOR 271,050,874,000 270,970,874,000 17 2,029,220,939,000 2,029,220,939,000 Statistics 17.1 Subsector construction of national law 1,764,183,421,000 1,764,183,421,000 17.2 Subsector Construction Legal Apparatus 265,037,518,000 265,037,518,000 18 SECTORS of the STATE APPARATUS and SUPERVISION 6,852,915,125,000 5,718,867,731,000 18.1 18.2 6,276,901,080,000 5,142,853,686,000 State apparatus Subsector Subsector Utilization system and Supervisory 576,014,045,000 576,014,045,000 19 POLITICAL SECTOR in NEGERl EXTERNAL RELATIONS, INFORMATION and COMMUNICATION, NEGERl 3,557,085,557,000 3,557,085,557,000 19.1 Subsector domestic politics 131,900,617,000 131,900,617,000 19.2 Subsector foreign relations 3,371,063,127,000 3,371,063,127,000 19.3 Subsector information and communication SECURITY and DEFENSE SECTOR 54,121,813,000 54,121,813,000 20 21,674,287,334,000 21,674,287,334,000 20.1 20.2 Subsector Subsector Defense 13,741,924,900,000 13,741,924,900,000 Security 7,932,362,434,000 7,932,362,434,000 +--------------------------------------------------------------+ spending on reconstruction of the set Rp 200 million i. 70.87 (seventy trillion eight hundred seventy one billion two hundred million rupiah) turned into Rp 71.947.769.102.000 (seventy-one trillion nine hundred forty-seven billion seven hundred six Twenty-nine million one hundred, two thousand rupiahs) comprises: the development Expenditure in the form of Matrix (see Physical ...)

Number 6., 9.,, section, subsection (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), equalization Funds, originally set at Rp 112.186.896.144.000 (one hundred and twelve trillion one hundred and eighty six billion eight hundred ninety-six million one hundred forty-four thousand rupiah). Paragraph (3), the special autonomy funds and adjustment was originally set at Rp 6.855.377.943.000 (six trillion, eight hundred fifty-five billion, three hundred and seventy-seven million nine hundred and forty-three thousand dollars).

Figure 7., 10.,, section, subsection (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), for the results, the Fund was originally set at Rp 26.927.870.000.000 (twenty six trillion nine hundred twenty-seven billion eight hundred seventy million dollars). Paragraph (3), general allocation Fund, initially set at Rp 82.130.926.144.000 (eighty-two trillion one hundred and thirty billion nine hundred twenty six million one hundred forty-four thousand rupiah). Subsection (4), the special allocation Fund, initially set at Rp 3.128.100.000.000 (three trillion one hundred and twenty eight billion one hundred million rupiah). Subsection (5),, is quite clear, number 8, article 11, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), a special autonomy Fund, initially set at Rp 1.642.617.943.000 one trillion six hundred forty-two billion six hundred seventeen million nine hundred forty million dollars). Paragraph (3), the adjustment Fund, initially set at Rp 5.212.760.000.000 (five trillion two hundred twelve billion seven hundred and sixty million rupiah).

Number 9, article 12, paragraph (1), is, with the amount of State income and Grant Budget fiscal year 2004 was originally set at Rp 349.933.735.800.000 (three hundred and forty-nine trillion nine hundred thirty-three billion seven hundred and thirty-five million eight hundred thousand dollars), smaller than the amount of the State Budget which was originally set at Rp 374.351.263.087.000 (three hundred and seventy-four trillion three hundred fifty one billion two hundred and sixty three million eighty-seven thousand rupiah) then there is the budget deficit, which was originally set at Rp 24.417.527.287.000 (twenty-four trillion four hundred seventeen billion five hundred and twenty-seven million two hundred and eighty-seven thousand rupiah).

Thus the fiscal year 2004 budget deficit changed from initially Rp 24.417.527.287.000 (twenty-four trillion four hundred seventeen billion five hundred and twenty-seven million two hundred and eighty-seven thousand rupiah) become Rp 26.271.645.512.000 (twenty six trillion, two hundred and seventy-one billion six hundred and forty five million five hundred and twelve thousand rupiah).
(in dollars) The original blurb Be +--------------------------------------------------------------+ State income and Grant 349,933,735,800,000 403,769,529,330,000 374,351,263,087,000 430,041,174,842,000 State budget deficit Spending-24,417,527,287,000-26,271,645,512,000 +-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-–-– + paragraph (2).,,.,, a. domestic Banking was originally set at Rp 19.198.567.287.000 (nineteen trillion one hundred and ninety-eight billion five hundred and sixty-seven million two hundred and eighty-seven thousand rupiah);
.,, b. Privatization was originally set at Rp 5.000.000.000.000 (five trillion rupiah);
.,, c. sale of assets restructuring program was originally set at Rp 5.000.000.000.000 (five trillion rupiah);
.,, d. Bond (neto) was originally set at Rp 11.357.700.000.000 (eleven trillion three hundred and fifty-seven billion seven hundred million rupiah);
.,, e. Financing abroad (neto) originally set of negative Rp 16.138.740.000.000 (sixteen trillion one hundred and thirty-eight billion seven hundred forty million dollars). Paragraph (3), the financing of budget deficit, originally set at Rp 24.417.527.287.000 (twenty-four trillion four hundred seventeen billion five hundred and twenty-seven million two hundred and eighty-seven thousand rupiah) turned into Rp 26.271.645.512.000 (twenty six trillion, two hundred and seventy-one billion six hundred and forty five million five hundred and twelve thousand rupiah).

(in dollars) This type of Financing Again Be +---------------------------------------------------------------+ 1. Banking 19,198,567,287,000 23,911,807,287,000 domestic-investment Fund Account (RDI) – Non-13,198,567,287,000 13,198,567,287,000 RDI 6,000,000,000,000 10,713,240,000,000 2. Privatization 5,000,000,000,000 5,000,000,000,000 3. The sale of the assets of the banking restructuring program 5,000,000,000,000 12,913,306,000,000-5,000,000,000,000 10,400,700,000,000-IBRA PT PPA (neto)-2,512,606,000,000 4. In State (neto) 11,357,700,000,000 8,225,346,225,000-32,500,000,000,000 32,300,846,225,000-Principal Payment Issuance and Repurchase-21,142,300,000,000-24,075,500,000,000 5. Foreign financing (neto)-16,138,740,000,000-23,778,814,000,000 withdrawal of Foreign Loans (gross) 28,237,000,000,000 21,745,637,000,000 8,500,000,000,000 3,140,837,000,000 Program-loan-loan Project 19,737,000,000,000 18,604,800,000,000 mortgage payments of principal foreign debt-44,375,470,000,000-45,524,451,000,000 +--------------------------------------------------------------+ domestic banking Financing comes from the account of the non-RDI entirely sourced from the use of the remaining funds cash to deposit a bond swap from the AGENCY in previous years.

Article II.,, is quite clear