Business Ethics - 04/2005

By ETCO
01/04/2005

29 / 04 / 2005 - Federal Revenue investigates professionals accused of defrauding receipts to evade tax

28 / 04 / 2005 - CPI wants US embassy to shut down sites announcing sale of blood of Brazilian Indians

28 / 04 / 2005 - Unicamp develops faster and lower cost equipment to test adulterated fuel

27 / 04 / 2005 - Ribeirão Preto is the city in the state of São Paulo that sells most gasoline outside ANP standards

26 / 04 / 2005 - State of Mato Grosso suffered loss of more than R $ 2 million in health fraud

25 / 04 / 2005 - Football manager of the Guatemalan national team was arrested on charges of violating copyright by selling counterfeit team shirts

20 / 04 / 2005 - President of the National Institute of Intellectual Property says that Brazil is not alone in the wave of piracy

19 / 04 / 2005 - President of the STJ wants explanations of the Revenue on e-mail that circulates with the numbers of CPFs of Brazilian authorities talking about the possibility of falsifying income tax returns

18 / 04 / 2005 - Government wants to impose stricter penalties for biopiracy crimes

15 / 04 / 2005 - More than 100 employees of the city of Curitiba received benefit from the Bolsa Família program without meeting requirements required by the Federal Government

14 / 04 / 2005 - International Phonographic Industry Federation files lawsuits in 11 countries against more than 900 people who downloaded music from the Internet illegally

14 / 04 / 2005 - Minas Gerais court punishes laundry detergent companies for product makeup

13 / 04 / 2005 - STF denies habits-corpus to Social Security fraudster

12 / 04 / 2005 - The IRS warns of a false income tax return email

07 / 04 / 2005 - US postpones decision to impose sanctions on Brazilian products because of flaws in policy against piracy

07 / 04 / 2005 - Revenue uncovers yet another fraud involving municipal public servants in three states

01 / 04 / 2005 - Police seize more than XNUMX CDs and over XNUMX DVDs seized in operation against piracy in São Paulo

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