Singaporean companies investigated for N. Korea luxury goods, financial sanctions: UN Report
UN Panel Report seen by NK Pro recommends two OCN affiliates for sanctions designation
Singaporean sister companies identified last year by NK Pro have been investigated for playing a role in helping Pyongyang evade international sanctions, an upcoming report from the United Nations Security Council’s (UNSC) Panel of Experts on North Korea (PoE) shows.
OCN Pte and T Specialist International Pte, which share the same director and address on Singapore’s Joo Chiat Road, exported sanctioned luxury goods to North Korea and established improper financial relationships in the country, says the forthcoming report, a copy of which was seen by NK Pro.
The PoE report further confirms close
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