S'pore oil trader Winson Group involved in illicit fuel supply to North Korea: UN Security Council

Winson Group has refuted details of its purported illicit activity set out in a 261-page UN report dated Sept 8. ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO
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SINGAPORE - A United Nations Security Council report has alleged that a Singapore-based oil trading company supplied fuel to North Korea in breach of international sanctions.

Winson Group, which was founded by Singaporean Tony Tung, has refuted details of its purported illicit activity set out in a 261-page UN report dated Sept 8 but seemingly released earlier this month.

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