Information related to the North Korea economic sector
DPRK leader orders city and county leaders to improve the local economy and increase political discipline
New laws on social security and east coast land development also passed by Supreme People’s Assembly
An analytical look at the main developments from Feb. 1, 2021 to Feb. 28, 2021
North Koreans can now digitally read news as they wait for the train at one metro station in Pyongyang
NK Pro timeline charts the key events from Feb. 1 - Feb. 28
New data shows that the DPRK’s economic stagnation started much earlier than researchers previously thought
At least eight DPRK-flagged ships were active in Feb. 2021, as well as suspicious foreign-flagged ships
A workers’ base camp was recently removed from Pyongyang General Hospital-related construction grounds
Ri Ryong Nam's appointment hints at greater economic exchange between North Korea and China, experts say
A draft U.N. report suggests that North Korean ships are disguising themselves with greater sophistication
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