Information related to the North Korea business sector
An analysis of the main developments between June 1 and June 30
Nam Chol Ung smuggled North Korean counterfeit tobacco through Southeast Asia and ran popular “Korean” restaurant
Pyongyang Unbangwan is one of at least two DPRK-linked eateries operating in the Chinese capital city
Despite gearing up for the games, the DPRK will likely keep up its ban on foreign tourists, one tour company said
Researchers find similarities suggesting group linked to DPRK broke into European firms
New learning software featured in DPRK state media helps children learn English or study math
“Treasure Island 1.0” for phones and tablets may signal modernized B2B practices within state-controlled system
New work may be part of joint initiative with Chinese companies, comes despite sanctions and COVID-19 restrictions
Seoul dismisses claims that planned revision of inter-Korean Exchange and Cooperation Act would breach UN sanctions
Almost 100 DPRK doctors remain in country, Maputo says in first UN sanctions report, though all agreements suspended
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