Chinese tax authorities have announced that they have caught an influential "influencer" woman on the Internet for tax evasion and ordered payment of about 24 billion yen in Japanese yen as additional taxation and fines.


While the Xi Jinping leadership is aiming for "joint wealth" to close the gap between rich and poor, the authorities are tightening the crackdown on the wealthy.

Tax officials in Zhejiang Province, eastern China, announced on the 20th that they have caught tax evasion on Mr. Kobi, who is known as an influential "influencer" on the Internet.



Mr. Huang is doing "live commerce" that sells products live on the Internet, and it is said that he has 90 million followers on the sales site.



According to the announcement, Mr. Huang had been tax evading about 634 million yuan, or more than 11 billion yen in Japanese yen, by filing a false declaration and hiding his income from the beginning to last year.



The tax authorities have ordered Mr. Huang to pay about 1,341 million yuan and about 24 billion yen in Japanese yen as additional taxes and fines.



While Xi Jinping's leadership is aiming for "joint wealth" to close the gap between rich and poor, authorities are tightening crackdowns on wealthy people and the socially influential entertainment world, and last month also "influencers" Two women have been caught for tax evasion and have been ordered to pay a total of about 93 million yuan, or more than 1.6 billion yen in Japanese yen.

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