Singaporean faces 161 charges over illegal North Korea luxury goods

The Standard | 7/21/2018 | Staff
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Montblanc goods on sale in an OCN / T Specialist-linked store in Pyongyang.

The Singaporean director of a company accused of illegally supplying luxury items worth millions of dollars, including wines, perfumes and cosmetics, to North Korea was charged in court yesterday, Channel News Asia reports.

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Ng Kheng Wah faces 161 charges, including cheating charges and charges of breach of regulations under the United Nations Act. The offenses were allegedly committed between 2010 and 2017.

Ng, director of OCN Singapore and said to be director of sister company T Specialist, had denied last year that he ran high-end retail stores in North Korea.

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He also denied stocking them with banned luxury goods.

The multiple charges Ng faces include abetting by engaging in a conspiracy with T Specialist International, along with two people Sherly Muliawan and Li Ik, to supply luxury items to a person in North Korea in 2011.

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