Malaysians Arrested After Crypto Company Uses PM’s Name

Phnom Penh: The offices of a crypto-currency trading GCG Asia Co., LTD, which illegally used Prime Minister Hun Sen’s name has been temporarily closed and police detained the company president.

Senior police official of the National Police Commissariat said that forces cooperating with National Bank officials have searched the company location in Wat Sangkum Phnom Penh, Daun Penh, and arrested a Malaysian couple on the morning of 17 May 2019.

Unofficial sources have revealed that the company may also be involved in money laundering.

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