Three people, including the former president of Tokyo's plastic product maker "Tenma," violated the Unfair Competition Prevention Law, alleging that they bribed local civil servants in order to reduce the additional tax that was requested by the customs authorities in Vietnam. Was charged at home by the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office.

The indictments were made at home by Kento Fujino (69), the former president of Tenma, a plastic product manufacturer in Kita-ku, Tokyo, listed on the TSE Prime Market, Tsutomu Hosogoshi (57), the former General Manager of Corporate Planning Department, and Tsutomu Hosogoshi (57). Haruhiko Yoshida (51), a former representative of a Vietnamese subsidiary, and "Tenma" as a corporation.

According to the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office, three former presidents, including former president Fujino, told customs officials about 1,000 yen in Japanese yen five years ago in order for a Vietnamese subsidiary to reduce the payment of surcharges requested by local customs authorities. He has been accused of violating the Unfair Competition Prevention Law, which prohibits bribery of foreign civil servants for giving a bribe of 10,000 yen.

In addition, former director Hosogoshi and former representative Yoshida have been accused of bribing about 13 million yen in Japanese yen to executives of the tax authorities in order to reduce the surcharge pointed out in the tax audit three years ago. increase.

According to the investigation report of the third-party committee set up by Tenma, the company was confiscated by the prosecution, as the cash provision in 2017 exempted the surcharge of about 1.8 billion yen in full. I was reporting.

The special investigation department has not disclosed the approval or disapproval of the three people.

Tenma commented, "We take it extremely seriously and seriously, and we deeply apologize for the inconvenience caused."