Information related to the North Korea economic sector
North Korean land on Chinese side of Tumen river has been promoted as opportunity by nearby Hunchun authorities
ABB products were previously found by a UN panel to have been acquired by the DPRK without company’s knowledge
Around 930 types of 137,000 cosmetic products were displayed at the week-long event in Pyongyang
What’s driving the construction, and is the DPRK preparing to become a car-owning society?
The story of how South Korea's leading dissident and a chaebol tycoon launched the historic inter-Korean project
A former resident of the DPRK capital discusses what they personally observed during their four-year stay
In sixth visit to the Yangdok resort, North Korean leader points to “shortcomings” in progress
Relatively unimportant before marketization, the Central Bank's rise reflects the increasing power of money in the DPRK
Chinese companies once again dominate foreign participation while North Koreans show off health supplements, beverages
The DPRK leader needs economic development, but too much openness risks the ideological corruption of the people
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