The Indian government has accused leading Chinese phone maker Vivo of evading $280 million in taxes, Reuters reported on Wednesday. The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI), India’s anti-smuggling watchdog, said it had found evidence of a customs duty evasion by Vivo India and issued a show cause notice (a formal demand for the company to explain the issue in question). The DRI’s statement comes after Vivo was accused of money laundering in India in June and is the latest in a series of moves by Indian officials targeting Chinese phone vendors, including Xiaomi, Oppo, and ZTE. [Reuters]