Norwegian supply company indicted in tax case

In a statement on Wednesday, stock listed Siem Offshore denies that the company has acted in violation of Norwegian tax laws.

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The Norwegian financial crimes bureau Okokrim has entered a case concerning certain Siem Offshore tax relations. The company is listed on the Olso Stock Exchange and operates a fleet of 46 supply ships. In a statement issued Wednesday, the company dies any illegal activity.

Siem Offshore was tax registered in Norway in 2010, but according to the statement, the Okokrim investigation focuses on the years 2005-2008.

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