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India says China phone maker Oppo evaded $550m in tax

Accusation follows string of raids on Chinese smartphone companies

BENGALURU -- Indian authorities on Wednesday accused the local unit of Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo of evading around 44 billion rupees ($550 million) in customs duty.

The announcement follows a series of raids on the operations of Chinese phone makers in the country amid government allegations ranging from tax evasion to unlawfully sending money abroad.

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