Hin Leong founder set to face another 23 charges of forgery

OK Lim, the founder of scandal-ridden Hin Leong group in Singapore, can now be met with a further 23 charges of forgery. The charges are expected to be processed in April, writes media.

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Hin Leong Trading's founder and owner, OK Lim, can now be hit by another 23 charges of forgery.

OK Lim is already accused of extensive forgery and of hiding large losses on oil speculation in Singapore, where Hin Leong Trading before the scandal was one of the city-state's major trading houses. The group covers, among other things, a tanker company and a bunker supplier.

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