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Accounting firm puts the Lim family's chemical tankers up for sale

The trustee of several subsidiaries under the Lim family's shipowning company has placed ads in a Singapore newspaper in which it seeks buyers for chemical tankers.

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Accounting firm KPMG has put four chemical tankers, owned by the Lim family, up for sale.

The accounting firm serves as court appointed trustee of several companies under Xihe Holdings, which is the Lim family's shipowning company. It is in this capacity that KPMG has placed a series of sales ads in Singapore newspaper The Business Times for the four chemical tankers.

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