Singapore’s Minister Teo refuses to confirm Chinese authorities’ role in $2.8 billion money laundering case

When questioned by Workers’ Party chairman Sylvia Lim in Parliament about Chinese authorities’ involvement in the landmark S$2.8 billion money laundering case, Singapore‚Äôs Second Minister for Home Affairs, Josephine Teo, refrained from confirming their assistance.

Minister Teo neither explicitly confirmed nor denied Chinese authorities’ role in the high-profile case, highlighting the presence of “other sources of intelligence”.

Josephine Teo: Singapore’s police operation not orchestrated by China

In her October 3rd ministerial statement to Parliament, Josephine Teo, Singapore’s Second Minister for Home Affairs, firmly dismissed speculations from international and local news outlets, asserting that the police operation was not orchestrated by China.

She emphasized Singapore’s commitment to enforcing its own laws based on national interests.