· Multiple charges for man who repeatedly left house during circuit breaker, threatened to shoot a man at Orchard Plaza →
He faces various penalties for each charge levied on him, from fines to jail terms of up to 10 years for criminal intimidation with a threat to cause grievous hurt.
The Japan Times
· Company owned by Zozotown founder Yusaku Maezawa failed to report ¥500 million in income →
After underreporting income over three years through March 2019, Maezawa’s company corrected its tax report as pointed out by the Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau but paid no additional levies as the undeclared income had been offset by losses, they said Wednesday.
· House passes Uighur human rights bill via proxy vote →
Between the lines, via Axios' Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian: The U.S. government has been slow to levy sanctions on the Chinese government, which is still actively perpetuating the worst ethno-religious mass internment since World War II.
· Why Twitter labeling Trump’s tweets as “potentially misleading” is a big step forward →
The group has yet to issue any significant fines two years after the EU empowered it to levy hefty penalties for privacy violations.
The New York Times
· A €750 Billion Virus Recovery Plan Thrusts Europe Into a New Frontier →
The institution, which has a Triple-A rating, the best possible, from ratings agencies, said it could levy its own taxes to repay those bonds, which will have a maximum 30-year maturity.
· Former Tory donor's housing project 'unlawfully approved to avoid £40m hit' →
Housing ministry denies accusations of bias in London project’s approval one day before levy kicked in
· Amrapali case: JP Morgan says attachment properties by ED ‘blatantly illegal’ →
With regard to the rate of interest being levied on delayed payments, Justice Mishra told the urges Noida Authority/Greater Noida authority to be more accommodating.
· Government unveils Covid-19 test-and-trace strategy for England →
But ministers have the power to levy fines at a later stage if they feel it to be necessary.
· 'Defining moment' as EU executive pushes for €500bn in grants →
Under the proposal, debts would be serviced by new EU taxes, such as corporate levies, a plastics tax or revenues on imported goods with a high carbon footprint.