Tags : Tax-Evasion


Missing Chinese Film Star Fan Bingbing Slapped With $129Mln Fine

One of China’s most renowned actors Fan Bingbing, who featured in a number of Hollywood superhero blockbusters, including the X-Men and Iron Man film franchises, disappeared from the public eye in July. Chinese authorities have hit the 37-year-old actor, Fan Bingbing, with 883 million yuan ($129 million) in taxes, fines and penalties for tax evasion, […]Read More


Govt affirms measures to prevent smuggling of used cars to

BANGKOK, 3 February 2017 (NNT) – The government has affirmed it has measures to prevent the smuggling of used cars to avoid taxes. The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) has posed a question to the government regarding its policy to prevent illegal smuggling of cars, as tax evasion could eventually affect the country’s revenue. Full story: […]Read More


Philip Morris tax evasion case reaches court

The Office of the Attorney-General filed a multi-billion-baht tax evasion lawsuit against Philip Morris Thailand (PMTL) in the Criminal Court on Monday, a charge the tobacco giant’s management insisted was “without merit and unjust”. Attorney-general’s spokesman Somnuek Siangkong confirmed on Tuesday that the case reached the Criminal Court on Monday. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More


Police Seize Booze, Aston Martin and Alleged Tax Dodger

CHONBURI — What started as a call on a noisy house party reportedly turned into discovery of a hoard of untaxed alcohol, tobacco and a sports car, which the Thai state sees as at least 1.2 million baht in lost revenue. When neighbor’s complaints led security officers to a mansion in Pattaya’s Jomtien Beach area […]Read More


Australian man arrested in Thailand on charges of tax evasion

Crime Suppression Police Monday arrested an Australian man, wanted by the Australian government for 20 million Australian dollars (Bt647 million) tax avoiding and money-laundering charges. However, the 53-year-old suspect Gregory John Dunn who was nabbed in Prachuap Khiri Khan’s Hua Hin district claimed that he didn’t know about being wanted by the Australian Authority. Read […]Read More


Thailand Court acquits Thaksin’s ex-wife Pojaman on tax evasion

BANGKOK, 24 August 2011 (NNT) – The Appeals Court overturned the lower court’s verdict against Pojaman Shinawatra Na Pompetch of tax evasion for the transfer of shares. The ex-wife of former Prime Minister Thasksin Shinawatra was accused of evading 546-million THD tax payment in the transfer of 4.5 million Shinawatra Computer and Communications Public shares. […]Read More


American sought for tax evasion arrested in Bangkok

Thai police have arrested an American, who is wanted in the US for tax evasion, for overstaying visa. Police held a press conference Monday afternoon to announce the arrest of Russell Sherman Broadwell, 61, at the Crime Suppression Division head office. He was arrested in front of a Bangkok hotel in Vadhana district. Read more: […]Read More


CSD probes 4 missing Orient Thai aircraft engines in Thailand

The Crime Suppression Division is investigating the disappearance of four aircraft engines from Phitsanulok airport amid suspicions they may have been sold as part of a tax-evasion scheme. The engines, as well as other major aircraft parts, disappeared from two decommissioned Boeing 747s belonging to Orient Thai Airways parked at the domestic airport. An initial […]Read More