Blacklisted DPRK bank running company selling, producing precious metals
Chosun Credit Investment Company run by Office 39-linked Korea Daesong Bank
A North Korean investment company run by the internationally blacklisted Korea Daesong Bank is manufacturing and selling precious metal-based products, photos from a recent trade fair in the country’s capital have shown.
The Chosun Credit Investment Company (조선신용투자회사) was seen selling rings, necklaces and pendants made from what it claims to be 99.99% pure gold at the 13th Pyongyang Autumn International Trade Fair, which was held between September 25 and 28.
“The Chosun Credit Investment Company has its own robust ability to develop technologies corresponding to the trend of scientific technologies which have been developed rapidly,” the advertisement
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