Moscow-based company violated the currency legislation in the amount of nearly 10 million US dollars

Moscow-based company violated the currency legislation in the amount of nearly 10 million U.S. dollars

The exchange control Department of the Yaroslavl customs during check of observance of the currency legislation of one of the Moscow firms it was found that the firm and a German company in 2010 signed a contract for the sale of computer parts. The total amount of the transaction amounted to 9.85 million U.S. dollars.

For the duration of the contract from the account of the company in the period from 15 June to 23 June 2010 was held on 8 foreign currency transactions debited from the account more than 9.8 million U.S. dollars.

Subsequently, the company its rights under the contract was transferred to another Moscow firm, whose leader also did not provide refunds remitted to non-resident.

Both firms in 2019 ceased operations.

“At the expiration of the contract money transferred to the non-resident, in the amount of 9.82 million U.S. dollars at the exchange rate at the date of the breach amounted to more than 642 million rubles, at the expense of companies returned was not. Accordingly, the product for that amount also it was not delivered that was the basis for writing the report about detection of signs of a crime under part 2 of article 193 of the criminal code of the Russian Federation, – has informed the main state customs inspector on public relations of the Yaroslavl customs Phillip Kushnarev. – Materials testing reports of crime directed at the jurisdiction in ATC CAO GU MVD of Russia in Moscow”.

This crime prescribes punishment in the form of deprivation of liberty for a term up to five years with a fine in the amount up to one million rubles or the salary or other income condemned for the period till five years or without it.

Phillip Kushnarev,

press Secretary of the Yaroslavl customs