Corrected: North Korean Won rising against the Euro since April: data
Drop may be more of a correction for an overvalued Euro
Correction: An original version of this article originally claimed the Korean Won fell in value, though it had risen. It has been updated to reflect this.
Unofficial exchange rate data gathered by NK Pro this week shows the Euro steadily falling against the North Korean Won (KPW) since highs seen in April this year.
The latest figures show a steady rise in the North Korean Won’s (KPW) value against the Euro this year, falling from 9408 to 8856 as of September 4.
The change brings the value of the Euro closer to that of the
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