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Can company escape the penaltise for not paying taxes from 2003 to 2009? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2011-5-20 18:41:36 |Display all floors
From the website of national Audit office of China:

One central government-own company didn't pay the income tax, about RMB 1.952 billion, for their employee from 2003 to 2009.
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Post time 2011-5-20 20:01:02 |Display all floors
The question is not whether the company can escape or not: in either way, the central government gained money as the company belongs to the central gov.
More interesting would be the question: can the leader from that time escape prosecution or not? Those leaders, who were hiding that money, earned not only bonuses, but also advanced inside the communist party. However, as party members, they are not subject to China's penalty code - only the party judges them. If there is no great pressure from the standing comittee, it will be even the very same guy appointed them who will judge whether they will be prosecuted or not. Of course, he will have a strong bias, as he would lose, too, if they were prosecuted by the disciplinary commission. That's the main problem in contemporary official China...

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Post time 2011-5-21 10:13:01 |Display all floors
One central government-own company provide RMB 0.23 Billion yuan to help their employee buying apartments.

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