June 02, 2020

Twelve North Koreans to work in factory in Europe
Chinese state owned company wants to employ twelve North Koreans in Malta - local media

Twelve North Koreans are currently awaiting work permits allowing them employment in a Chinese clothing company in Malta, according to local newspaper The Malta Independent.

The DPRK employees are set to begin work in a factory owned by state owned Chinese firm, Leisure Clothing. The firm produces luxury clothes for top European brands like Armani, however is currently being investigated by Maltese police for human trafficking and breaching labour laws.