Singaporean companies linked to luxury goods exports still visible in N. Korea
Products linked to T Specialist and OCN available as of April and May 2019, photos show
Two Singaporean companies thought to have been involved in the illegal export of luxury goods to North Korea appear to continue to have a presence there, recently obtained photos by NK Pro show.
Products seemingly linked to the Singapore-based T Specialist and OCN – the former of which is currently facing dozens of charges in Singapore relating to sanctioned luxury goods exports to the DPRK – were still available in Pyongyang as of April and May 2019, the photos show, though it’s unclear when either was manufactured.
North Korean-made female sanitary products obtained in April by a
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