The Wonsan-Kumgang international tourist zone FDI proposals: some key findings
Open-source tenders offer some insights into how the DPRK hopes to attract foreign investment
This is part one of a series by Peter Ward examining North Korea’s foreign investment proposals for the Wonsan-Kumgang International Tourist Zone, one of the ambitious plans for FDI in the DPRK’s recent history.
In 2014, the North Korean government published what appears to be the most detailed set of investment proposals to date for projects to which they are seeking foreign investment.
These proposals, taken together, offer potential investors from a number of different sectors a range of potential opportunities. These proposals remain out to tender, and the North Korean government continues to
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