The revenue agency of Quebec has laid 39 charges of fraud against several restaurants

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The Tax Revenue Agency of Quebec has announced that it laid 39 charges of fraud against several companies listed in connection with restaurants Japon Sushi Bar and Bistro Sawadika and their managers.

The agency works to recoup $1.6 million in unpaid taxes after managers were charged with failing to submit tax revenue to the government in accordance with the law.

All of the restaurants involved are located in the St-Laurent area.Chau Ngoc Thanh

Huynh and Qi Hua Zhao are named in the case, for the numbered companies 9298-6751 Québec Inc., 9305-7479 Québec Inc. and 9323-2700 Québec Inc. for infractions committed between November 2011 and July 2016.

Read the full story over at the Montreal Gazette.

This story was summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.