Ex-president Ong Teng Cheong's son took former sister-in-law to court after much deliberation, heartache: Lawyer

Mr Ong Tze Guan had filed applications in the High Court on Aug 17 to wind up two companies that Madam Wang Yi Yi was a co-shareholder and co-director in. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - The elder son of former president Ong Teng Cheong is trying to wind up two family companies in a bid to part ways with his former sister-in-law, Madam Wang Yi Yi, following years of disagreement over how the companies were run.

Mr Ong Tze Guan, a shareholder and director of O&O Capital and Wang Investment, had filed applications in the High Court on Aug 17 to wind up both companies.

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