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|Bui Quang Huy, general director of Nhat Cuong Mobile|
The information was announced on May 19 by major-general Nguyen Duy Ngoc, director of the Police Department C03 specialised in the investigation of smuggling and embezzlement. For now, the police has issued a domestic arrest warrant forHuy. Later on, after completing the necessary procedures, the department will propose Interpol to issue an international arrest warrant.
In the evening of May 14, the Police Department C03 accused and arrested Huy and eight others to investigate them for suspected smuggling and violating regulations on accounting activities. Previously, on May 9, the Nhat Cuong Mobile store chain was searched, with inspectors seizing several boxfuls of documents, assets, and thousands of mobile phones, iPads, and other devices.
The charge was made after theC03’s inspection of an organised smuggling ring led to the boss of Nhat Cuong Mobile.
First, the police department determined that Huy and his accomplices have carried out smuggling activities and used two financial accounts, one for official business activities and one for smuggling, hiding trillions of VND in revenue.
Assessing the case, major general Le Van Cuong said that Nhat Cuong Mobile dominated the local mobile phone market over the past few years, but has not been inspected until recently. This partly shows that the retailer has some influential backers.
Nhat Cuong Engineering Service and Trading Ltd. was established in 2001. A decade later, the company opened a business management software centre with the purpose of supporting the firm’s operations.
After one year of operation, Nhat Cuong won the Hanoi Police’s project of building a database for the 7.9 million population of the capital. Nhat Cuong has took part in the development of 126 public service projects, like a citizen database, online resident software, online passport software, and especially the database on criminals.
Its clients include the Hanoi People’s Committee as well as the capital’s Department of Health, Department of Education and Training, Department of Industry and Trade, and Department of Justice.