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Delhi court releases 3 employees of Vivo, including a Chinese national, arrested in money laundering case

The three arrested individuals include Vivo India's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Hong Xuquan, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Harinder Dahiya and consultant Hemant Munjal.

3 top Vivo executives, including interim CEO Hong Xuquan, arrested by Enforcement Directorate for money laundering

ED's probe unearthed that Vivo India had remitted nearly Rs 62476 crore to China, constituting almost 50% of its turnover, ostensibly to avoid taxes in India.

Four, including a Chinese national, linked with Chinese mobile company Vivo, arrested by ED in money laundering case

ED had revealed that smartphone maker Vivo "illegally" sent Rs 62,476 crore to China in order to avoid paying taxes on that money in India

Directorate of Revenue Intelligence detects Rs 2,217 crore customs duty evasion by Vivo Mobile India, had earlier found tax evasion by Oppo

During raids at manufacturing plants of Vivo Mobile India, DRI detected tax evasion of Rs 2,217 crore

Directorate of Revenue Intelligence searches premises of Oppo India, a Chinese subsidiary, finds tax evasion amounting to the tune of Rs 4,389 crore

DRI conducted searches at the premises of mobile company Oppo India and found evidence of the firm evading customs taxes

Vivo illegally transferred Rs 62,476 crores to China to avoid paying taxes in India, says Enforcement Directorate

Enforcement Directorate (ED) said that smartphone maker Vivo "illegally" sent Rs 62,476 crore to China in order to avoid paying taxes on that money in India.

Enforcement Directorate raids 44 locations during the probe against Chinese mobile manufacturing company Vivo under provisions of PMLA

ED conducted raids at 44 places in money laundering probe against Chinese mobile manufacturing company Vivo

BCCI ends association with Chinese mobile maker Vivo as IPL title sponsors, finds new partner in Tata group of companies

BCCI has decided to exit the partnership with Chinese mobile manufacturer Vivo as the title sponsor of IPL once and for all and instead collaborate with the Tata Group

BCCI and VIVO India cancel partnership for upcoming IPL season

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and VIVO Mobile India Pvt Ltd have suspended their partnership for the upcoming Indian Premiere League (IPL) season.

#BoycottChineseProducts: IPL to review sponsorship deals amid India-China faceoff at Ladakh

On Friday, the official handle of the Indian Premier League (IPL) tweeted that a meeting of the Governing Council had been scheduled the following week, in light of the border skirmish that led to the martyrdom of our brave soldiers.

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