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EXCLUSIVE: Vivo India control summoned with the aid of using ED

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has summoned the control of the Chinese cellular handset maker Vito India at its New Delhi office. According to special facts to be had with Business Today TV, pinnacle Chinese officers with inside the employer and the employer’s criminal representatives had been summoned to offer info and facts bearing on the continuing money-laundering probe towards the employer.

The ED had, in July, raided greater than 40 places associated with Vito throughout the country. On its radar had been the employer and twenty-3 of its associated firms. The research company had additionally blocked 119 financial institution debts connected to Vito India, reportedly protecting a complete of Rs 465 crore.

The Delhi High Court had remaining month, allowed fourteen entities to conditionally function their financial institution debts. Vivo and different Chinese cellular handset makers which include Xiaomi and Oppo are being investigated with the aid of using the ED in a money-laundering case.

As suggested in advance with the aid of using Business Today, research corporations and the police have discovered times of cast files and identities in use with the aid of using Chinese nationals associated with the businesses and additionally with the aid of using a number of its distributors. In April, the ED had seized Rs 5,551 crore in deposits of Xiaomi India for allegedly violating forex rules. ED in its affidavit in Delhi High Court has accused Vivo of allegedly committing ‘heinous monetary offence’.

This consists of alleged remittance of almost 1/2 of of its Rs 62,476-crore turnover to China to keep away from paying taxes in India.

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