North Korea-linked firm offering expanded range of radio hardware online
Glocom Corp’s website offerings have increased in 2021 despite U.N. sanctions pressure
A military radio company said to be run by North Korean intelligence services is offering a widening range of military equipment for sale on its website despite U.N. sanctions, NK News analysis shows.
Glocom Corp, first uncovered by a Reuters investigation in 2017, continues to use its brand to offer and promote a growing array of military radio, battlefield radar and software control systems, a July-dated review indicates, more than two years after the U.N. said the company should be the subject of a global asset freeze.
Its website, modernized a year after the
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