SINGAPORE (Aug 29): Less than a year after executive chairman Lim Hee Liat and executive director Chia Cher Khiang were hauled up to assist in investigations by the authorities, coffeeshop operator Kimly is back in the spotlight for the wrong reasons.

Kimly’s former director, Alain Ong Eng Sing, is facing a lawsuit by Japanese-owned beverage giant Pokka for conspiring with others to divert business to another beverage company, Asian Story Corporation (ASC).

Pokka alleges that Ong had breached his duties as a director and employee.

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