AUSTRALIA: Former Apparel Firm Owner In Tax Fraud
Former Vietnamese refugee, Oanh Le Duong, received a three-year prison sentence and a one year non-parole period from an Australian court this week. Earlier in the month, the part-owner and book-keeper for the Three Three Clothing firm was found guilty in the District Court of South Australia on two counts of defrauding the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). She did so by generating false invoices in 1994 and 1995.
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