Cambodia money laundering / Myanmar police bribery / Viet Nam shipbuilding execs
Sar Kheng criticises handling of money laundering case. Cambodia’s Interior Minister Sar Kheng criticised police officers over the handling of a money laundering case involving three Chinese nationals who brought more than $3.5 million into the country without declaring the source of the cash on April 23, saying that “From now on if a similar case takes place, the officers concerned must immediately report directly to me.”
Khy Sovuthy/Khmer Times: https://www.khmertimeskh.com/50613742/sar-kheng-criticises-handling-of-money-laundering-case/
Four Mandalay Policemen Face Corruption Charges. Chanaye Tharsan Township Police Station chief Police Lieutenant Kyaw Thu and Police Sub-Lieutenant Kyaw Naing Oo of Mandalay’s No. 3 Police Station took a combined 2.65 million kyats in bribes from two suspects in exchange for allowing them to be freed on bail, the Anti-Corruption Commission said in a statement.
Zarni Mann/The Irrawaddy: https://www.irrawaddy.com/news/burma/four-mandalay-policemen-face-corruption-charges.html
Vietnam jails shipbuilding executive in graft crackdown. Acourt in Hanoi jailed Nguyen Ngoc Su, the former board chairman of state-run Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry Group (Vinashin), for "abusing position and power to appropriate assets", and for colluding with the bank and peers to pocket US$4.5 million.