Singaporean wanted by FBI over money laundering and selling oil to North Korea

The Courageous, which was owned and operated by Kwek Kee Seng, was seized in March 2020 in Cambodia. PHOTOS: FBI.GOV, SCREENGRAB FROM JUSTICE.GOV
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SINGAPORE - A Singaporean man is wanted by the FBI for allegedly flouting sanctions by doing business with North Korea and laundering money.

Kwek Kee Seng, 61, the director of a shipping agency in Singapore, is said to have directed petroleum oil shipments worth more than US$1.5 million (S$2 million) to the country.

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