N.Korea Seeking Investment Tips from Global Experts

N.Korea Seeking Investment Tips from Global Experts
News from The Chosun Ilbo:

Experts from Singapore and Europe will visit Pyongyang sometime this month to teach North Korean officials about international finance and ways to secure foreign investment.

Radio Free Asia reported on Saturday that the director of the Choson Exchange, a non-profit group focused on teaching economic policy and business to young North Koreans, said the group will be hosting the workshop with about 20 finance and economy experts in attendance.

During an economic development workshop held in Singapore last year, North Korean officials asked participants about Singapore’s financial policies and how they could be applied in North Korea.

Arirang News / Mar. 05, 2012 10:49 KST

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