Information related to the North Korea economic sector
Photos, reports collected by NK Pro shows that most businesses have shut-down, though some workers allegedly remain
Route to Vladivostok not affected, however, according to the Russian embassy in Pyongyang
Economic and safety concerns could deter visitors, even if the President manages to strike a deal with the North
Measures appear similar to extensive restrictions imposed during 2014 Ebola outbreak
Article in Tokyo-based Choson Sinbo seeks to bolster claims by Kim Jong Un at December party plenum
"It keeps me up at night when I think about those hungry children struggling in the cold"
Market data indicates food prices remain low and stable, could support DPRK leadership's claims
Thrice-weekly routes set to start in October would make Qingdao one of only two foreign airlines in North Korea
Tourism industry insiders say if appetite emerges on North Korean side, necessary changes would be relatively limited
2.5 hr propaganda film recounts Kim’s 2019 summits, economic and military visits, and DPRK’s self-reliant “new path”
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