Singapore Court sentences 2 execs to jail for money laundering
01 Sep 2016

THE Singapore Court has sentenced two senior executives to prison for money laundering offences surrounding a community college project in Papua New Guinea.

American citizen Thomas Philip Doehrman, 68, director of Quest Petroleum (Singapore), was sentenced to 70 months of jail time. Singaporean national Lim Ai Wah, Doehrman’s spouse and director of Questzone Offshore, was sentenced to 60 months. A third individual, Chinese citizen Stephen Li Weiming, who was the chief representative of China-based ZTE Corp, has since absconded and a warrant of arrest has been issued against him.

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