Indonesia will crack down on corporate tax avoidance their transfer pricing this year to try and recoup 200 trillion Rupiah in law state income, mainly in the commodities sector, the new head of the tax office, Sigit Priadi Pramudito, said. President Joko Widodos administration, which took office in October, is planning to double its infrastuction spending this year to built ports, power plants and other projects, and the tax office figure for loss income would cover more than two-thirds of that spending as a proportion of Gross Domestic Products (GDP), Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest economy has one of the lowest takes in the region, trailing behind Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines, according to the World Bank.