State media review: North Korea slams US over Silicon Valley Bank collapse
An in-depth analysis of criticisms of capitalism, missile-like apartments, an important military holiday and more
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North Korea’s foreign ministry slammed the U.S. capitalism system this week over the Silicon Valley Bank collapse, arguing that “unlimited liberalism” has led to financial ruin and that the world economy is now quickly trying to decouple from the U.S. dollar.
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