Inside North Korea’s growing insurance industry: a look at the key players
Company websites offer some insights into an increasingly competitive market
Late last year, the section on state-run news outlet Naenara linking to separate subsites of companies, foundations, and the KFPD was expanded to also include three insurance companies.
But, aside a brief report by Yonhap and the Korea Institute of Finance, this was not picked up by the media, despite the important information that was revealed.
With the Pyongyang Ryugyong Foodstuff Co., Ltd. already in this section, the companies are nothing new on the website, and the “family sites” (none of them have gone online yet) include what is presumably the website of the Korea
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