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  • schmumper schmumper Jan 31, 2013 2:16 PM Flag

    Is there an actual link for the new India tax story? Not the old story.

    Anyone? Or is this a rumor by a blogger in Romania?

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    • corneliusflake@rocketmail.com corneliusflake Jan 31, 2013 2:46 PM Flag

      blogger from rumormania,,,,,,,,,,

    • take a look at the story on economic times website. 13,000 Rs and then they use another word after it so there are a lot of zero's after the 13,000. The previous estimate was 3,000 Rs which was 545 million us dollars. I was long 20,000 shares, but sold earlier today on the news. I'm not short Nokia. Google, Nokia Tax evasion and you will see the story.

    • CHENNAI, JAN 30:
      The Income-Tax Department believes that besides income-tax violations, Nokia India may have flouted transfer pricing norms.

      The total tax implication for the Finnish mobile handset manufacturer could be over Rs 10,000 crore, said IT officials, speaking on condition of anonymity.

      The Department’s investigation team in Chennai has submitted a 150-page interim report on possible tax violation by Nokia to its headquarters in Delhi. As part of the initial investigation into tax deduction, officials have also found that Nokia may have violated transfer pricing norms. The Indian subsidiary transferred profits to its headquarters. Due to the violation, this will now be reversed and considered as income, which would be around Rs 30,000 crore. On this amount, there will be a 30 per cent tax, which works out to Rs 9,000 crore, he said.

      According to the Department, it had been found that in the last six years Nokia India had been downloading software from its parent company in Finland to manufacture mobile devices worth Rs 30,000 crore at the Sriperumbudur plant. Royalty is paid for the software downloaded. This, in turn, attracts a 10 per cent TDS (tax deduction at source) amounting to Rs 3,000 crore. Nokia, the official said, had failed to do this and pay to the Government. “We will get the TDS amount of Rs 3,000 crore from Nokia before March end,” he said. Officials in Delhi will now issue an order on the amount, including penalty if any, payable by Nokia, to the Department, the official said.

      The Assessment Officer in Delhi will decide on the penalty on the TDS amount. Nokia can appeal against the order.

      A Nokia spokesperson said, “Nokia is fully cooperating with the Indian tax authorities. We are duly responding to all queries raised by them and extending our full support in completing the investigation… We always observe applicable laws and rulings in the countries where we operate. Since we arrived in India 17 years ago, we have honoured all local laws and paid all taxes legally due.”

    • It's a rumour... and the mentioned amounts of 13000 Roupies is about 244 USD

      It's red today and the whole week because today is options expiring date.
      We'll be green again soon.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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