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  • lavda_boy lavda_boy Dec 10, 2013 1:49 PM Flag

    NOK trying to rob a poor country?

    That has been the history of some whites-Rob from everyone, even the POOR!

    (Reuters) - An Indian court extended a hearing over local tax authorities' seizure of a Nokia factory by seeking information on the plant value, adding to concerns whether the company can transfer the property to Microsoft as part of the sale of its mobile phone business.

    Nokia has offered to pay a 270 million euro ($369 million) deposit to Indian authorities to unfreeze assets in a tax dispute, according to sources familiar with the matter.

    The Finnish firm has been trying to free up the assets, particularly its Chennai factory which is one of its biggest phone-making plants, ahead of the sale of its mobile phone business to Microsoft.

    The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked the tax authorities to submit the value of the Chennai factory on Wednesday, when it is due to hear the case again, amid growing uncertainty about Nokia's exact tax liabilities in India.

    A lawyer for the tax department said on Tuesday Nokia owed 78 billion rupees ($1.28 billion) in tax payments.

    The Times of India reported on Tuesday the tax department had informed the Delhi High Court that Nokia owned the authorities more than 210 billion rupees ($3.4 billion), which included penalty for a seven-year period beginning 2006.

    The final sum of tax liabilities are not yet known. But in March, it was served with a tax demand of about 20.8 billion rupees for five fiscal years starting from 2006/07, according to a March 22 notice on the Delhi High Court website.

    Nokia said it had not been served with any claim beyond that 20.8 billion rupee amount.

    "In recent months we have seen and r

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    • Another fine example of the land of the long low hanging stink's hate of the west and lesson that if you
      buy the propaganda that you most be in stinky when the reality is that doing so risks billions in phony
      tax bill, ip thief, exposure to deadly illness, etc. Look this is stinky land using a tack of it's bff Russia
      to grab assets via a phony tax bill.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

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