Commercial Establishment Shutdown for violating Tax Regulations worth AED 91 million

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Dubai August 28, 2022:

Following a joint inspection campaign by the Federal Tax Authority (FTA) in cooperation with the General Administration of the Federal Criminal Police in the Ministry of Interior and the General Command of Dubai Police represented by the General Department of Investigation and Criminal Investigation, a non-compliant commercial establishment was seized and closed in Dubai after it was caught selling tobacco-based products without Digital Tax Stamps.

According to the press release, a total of 5,430,356 packs were confiscated from the violators for not bearing the trademark of Tax Stamps and the tax due on these products amounted to 91,833,016 AED.

The Authority took necessary legal measures against the violating establishment, as part of its continuous efforts to strengthen control over markets and prevent malpractices. The Authority reaffirmed its commitment to enhancing collaboration with all relevant federal and local government entities in order to ensure tax compliance across the emirates.

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