Fraud: 8 posts lose license
They were caught in April selling adulterated fuel and did not demand against proof
By Camilla Haddad, The State of S. Paulo - 24/06/2005
Eight gas stations in the capital had their state registrations canceled for selling in christened gasoline. The establishments had been spotted in April, during the De Olho na Bomba operation, but the punishment was only published yesterday in the State Official Gazette. In addition to the fact that the stations can no longer function, they will have to pay a fine and will be without ICMS registration. The person responsible for the managing or owner establishment will be banned for five years from belonging to the administrative board of any company that intends to do or has registration in the state taxpayer register.
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