SINGAPORE – A Singaporean man linked to Tokyo’s bid for the 2020 Olympics was sentenced to a week in jail Tuesday for lying to officers from Singapore’s anti-corruption agency who are investigating his company’s shady financial transfers.
Tan Tong Han, 35, owner of the now-defunct Singapore-based consultancy firm Black Tidings, was found by the court to have lied to Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau officers who were probing the firm’s money transfers in 2015.
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