Assets seized in Singapore money laundering case swell to $2.2 billion

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Assets seized in Singapore’s money laundering case have risen to S$3 billion ($2.24 billion) from S$2.8 billion in October, Singapore’s Business Times reported on Friday.

The Business Times reported that 55 new properties and 15 vehicles were given prohibition of disposal orders by the police and two more people issued with warrants of arrests and Interpol Red Notices.

($1 = 1.3403 Singapore dollars)

(Reporting by Xinghui Kok; editing by Christina Fincher)

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