Lithuanian electronics firms suspected of tax evasion

Lithuanian companies selling mobile phones, laptops and other electronic devices are suspected causing about 750,000 euros in damage to the state budget via value-added tax (VAT) fraud schemes, the Financial Crime Investigation Service said on Monday.
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