Until the mid-1980s, North Korea’s economy represented perhaps the most extreme attempt to implement a system of bureaucratic allocation. Bureaucratic allocation involves the use of so-called “administered prices” (in official North Korean parlance “state-set prices”), i.e. prices set by administrators on behalf of central, regional and local state entities. However, as NK Pro analysis below

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