Thuduc House denies connection with companies to commit tax fraud By Van Phong & Dung Nguyen An office of Thuduc House. The firm has denied cooperating with other companies to commit tax fraud – PHOTO: TPO HCMC – Thu Duc Housing Development Corporation (Thuduc House), in its latest announcement, has denied any collusion with 70 companies to commit tax fraud as mentioned in a report by the General Department of Vietnam Customs. In response to the customs agency's report on some southern firms' appropriation of value added tax (VAT) refunds, smuggling and illegal cross-border cargo transport, Thuduc House said it had no connection with Saigon Southwest Trading JSC, a subsidiary of Saigon Trading Group, as well. As for the trade of electronic accessories, from 2018 to 2019, Thuduc House purchased the products from a domestic partner, An Lanh Phat Co., Ltd, through its subsidiary–Thuduc House Wood Trading JSC–and exported them to other countries. Thuduc House, Thuduc House Wood Trading and An Lanh Phat are operating legally, with seals, legal representatives and headquarters and have sufficiently paid VAT as well. Regarding the news that one of the importers of the products of Thuduc House could not import the products to Hong… Read full this story
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