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Samsung is suspected of evasion of taxes and opens 260 accounts in 72 high-level names.

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Note: South Korean police said 8, found Samsung Electronics President Li Jianxi and a top executive in the name of Samsung Gro
 South Korean police said 8, found Samsung Electronics President Li Jianxi and a top executive in the name of Samsung Group executives in the name of a number of illegal lending accounts, hiding a total of more than 400 billion won (about 2 billion 327 million yuan) assets, suspected of tax evasion of 8 billion 200 million won (47 million 640 thousand yuan).
In the investigation, police found Li Jianxi's multiple accounts, suspected that he was suspected of tax evasion, and decided to conduct an investigation based on the relevant information provided by the IRS.
Police found that Li Jianxi and Samsung Group, a senior manager in charge of management, opened 260 accounts management funds in the name of 72 senior executives. Police believe that Li Jianxi did not pay the capital gains tax, comprehensive income tax and so on, which amount to 8 billion 200 million won tax from 2007 to 2010.
Yonhap reported that the account borrowed by the police was a slip of the eye for the independent inspection team responsible for Samsung's case in 2008. In 2011, Samsung Group declared to the national tax office at that time, borrowed a name account, recovered huge taxes and fees, and turned the account into real name in 2014. Police speculated that the period of capital inflow of borrowed accounts was from the early 90s to the beginning of this century. In view of the fact that the limitation of action had passed, it could only be investigated after 2007.
Samsung said funds borrowed from the name account were inherited by the president of his father, Li Bingzhe. Samsung executives said the group had to provide copies of their ID cards. (Bu Xiaoming) (Xinhua News Agency)
 
 
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