Doing business with North Korea
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How Western businessmen make money from North Korea

For most business people, North Korea is the last country they would consider trading with. Its widely condemned nuclear programme means it's under heavy sanctions, and there's the potential for bad publicity because of its human rights record.

But not all trade is under sanction, and a small group of Western businessmen have spotted an opportunity. Not only that, but they believe doing business is the best way to bring the regime around.

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  • 13 Jun 2016
  • From the section Asia
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