Unnamed bakery chain fined HUF 4.5 mln

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The National Tax and Customs Authority of Hungary (NAV) fined a foreign-owned bakery chain HUF 4.5 mln after it was found guilty of illegally employing staff and keeping inventories of undefined origin, the authority announced today.

The unnamed bakery is still under investigation by the authority on charges of unreported revenue.

According to the report by NAV, repeated occurrences of major irregularities were found in more than one fourth of the 170 inspections that were conducted at the company in partnership with other authorities.

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