LionGold Corp

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LionGold’s wholly-owned subsidiary struck off from register of companies

SINGAPORE (June 17): LionGold, a gold mining and exploration company headquartered in Singapore, announced that its wholly-owned dormant subsidiary Think Power has been struck off from the Register


Gold shines as geopolitical worries grow; coal slumps with call for green energy

SINGAPORE (Dec 20): With numerous industries around the world depending on the supply of minerals and metals, miners are pivotal to the global economy.


China’s Yaos assume control over LionGold

SINGAPORE (Nov 25): LionGold Corp was one of the three counters at the centre of the 2013 penny stock saga.

2013 Penny Stock Crash

Witness Ken Tai admits to market manipulation for his own gain after lengthy cross-examination

SINGAPORE (Oct 4): A witness in the trial of the alleged masterminds of the 2013 penny stocks crash, John Soh Chee Wen and Quah Su Ling, today admitted to manipulation of the stock market for his o


US picks new fight with EU, global recession feared

SINGAPORE (Oct 7): The bleak economic outlook could be realised sooner rather than later as negative factors emerge.

2013 Penny Stock Crash

Witness Ken Tai 'disgusted' by the way boss John Soh treated his closest allies

SINGAPORE (Oct 3): John Soh Chee Wen, alleged mastermind of the 2013 penny stock crash, was a boss who did not treat closest members of his market-rolling gang well.

2013 Penny Stock Crash

More tales of jealousy, betrayal emerge in penny stock trial

SINGAPORE (Oct 2): More tales of jealousy and betrayal have emerged from the trial of John Soh Chee Wen and Quah Su-Ling, as former abettor-turned-prosecution witness Ken Tai Chee Ming (image) retu

2013 Penny Stock Crash

Prosecution witness Ken Tai reveals more stock brokers involved in 'market rolling' web

SINGAPORE (Oct 1): Prosecution witness Ken Tai Chee Ming has exposed more names within the local stock broking community that had connections with alleged 2013 penny stock crash masterminds John So

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New shareholders take control of LionGold

SINGAPORE (Oct 1): LionGold Corp, one of the three companies at the centre of the 2013 penny stock crash saga, is now under the control of new shareholders.

2013 Penny Stock Crash

John Soh trial resumes with a peek into deceit, betrayal in 'inner circle'

SINGAPORE (Sept 30): Ken Tai Chee Ming was a commissioned dealer at AmFraser Securities (now known as KGI Securities Singapore) in 2010 when he was first introduced to Quah Su-Ling and John Soh Che

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