Prosecutor demands the founders of the technology company Uros Jyrki Hallikainen and To Tommi Uhar unconditional imprisonment for aggravated aid fraud. The trial at the Oulu district court started today.
The case concerns product development loans and grants worth more than six million euros in total, which Uros, which has since gone bankrupt, received from Business Finland in the 2010s. According to the prosecutor, Hallikainen and Uhari gave false information to Business Finland and withheld information from it.
The police have previously said that the suspects denied the acts during the preliminary investigation.