Pyongyang offices for rent with global communication, stable power “guaranteed”
How the Japan-linked Rim Mi Yong company is targeting international businesses in the North Korean capital
This is part two of a story on the Rim Mi Yong Aeguk Joint Venture Company and its business operations in Pyongyang. Read part one of the story here.
International brands looking to land a foothold in the North Korean market and Pyongyang locals looking to go global may, pending sanctions relief, have more options than once thought for finding office space up to international standards.
That is thanks to one existing joint venture with Japan, the Rim Mi Yong Aeguk Joint Venture Company, that has for the last decade been leasing office space targeting
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