Billion-dollar money laundering case: Three men deported to Japan, Cambodia

Five of the eight people convicted in the case have now been deported from Singapore.

Three of the men convicted in Singapore’s multibillion-dollar money laundering crackdown have been deported, said the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) on Sunday (Jun 2).


Cambodian national Su Baolin and Cypriot national Su Haijin were respectively deported to Cambodia on May 25 and May 28.

Turkish national Vang Shuiming was deported to Japan on Saturday.

“All three men are barred from re-entering Singapore,” said ICA.

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