In North Korea, quiet changes in contract law point to a fundamental shift in central government policy toward state-owned enterprises and markets. These changes represent a recognition of reality in much of the industrial and agricultural economy, but they are nonetheless significant. NK Pro analysis reveals the following: In areas of economic life that the regime

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