May 20, 2024
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Koryolink cell network starts Pyongyang taxi service, photo suggests

Cellphone provider, possibly cash-rich for not remitting profits to Egyptian investor, enters market

Update: Since publication it has been noticed that the Koryolink logo faces the other direction, as well as includes an extra line around the horses lower neck. As such, it is not clear if the logo signifies Koryolink on this taxi.

North Korean cellphone network operator Koryolink appears to have started a Pyongyang taxi service, pictures taken in early October show, a development that would make it the fifth confirmed operator in the capital city.

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