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Chad O'Carroll has written on North Korea since 2010 and writes between London and Seoul.
An Indonesian woman will have to pay S$10,000 ($7,273) in fines for facilitating the export of sanctioned luxury products to North Korea and failing to report the activity to the Singaporean government, The Straits Times stated on Thursday.
Indonesian national Sherly Muliawan, who holds permanent residence in Singapore, was fined by a Singaporean court after pleading guilty to five charges under the United Nations Act for exporting luxury goods valued at S$1.4 million (around $1 million).