Founders of Uros Technology Company Face Demands for Unconditional Imprisonment

Uros Founders Charged with Aggravated Aid Fraud in €6 Million Case: Oulu District Court Begins Proceedings

The Oulu district court is currently hearing a case against technology company Uros and its founders, Jyrki Hallikainen and Tommi Uhari. The prosecution alleges that the two individuals are guilty of aggravated aid fraud in connection to product development loans and grants totaling more than six million euros that Uros received from Business Finland in the 2010s. Despite denying the allegations during the preliminary investigation, the trial has officially commenced.

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