Top Tips For North Korea To Reign In The Foreign Dollars

North Korea needs to admit structural failures if it is going to gain investor confidence.
November 2nd, 2012

There are many hurdles ahead for North Korea as it tries to develop its slow-growing  economy and gain significant foreign investment. But while quiet openings should be encouraged, it is now imperative for Pyongyang to acknowledge the structural problems of the current system if it really wants to gain investment confidence.  That’s according to Aidan

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Joanna Hong

IMG_0786Joanna Hong holds a BA in European Studies and Italian at Pitzer College in California. Currently a candidate for a Master's in Human Rights at UCL (UK), she focuses her research on human rights and gender issues in North Korea. Joanna is also an intern for NK News.

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