N. Korea rolls out new incentives for foreign investment to survive looming sanctions

September 2009
East-Asia-Intel Reports;9/9/2009, p6
The article reports on the move of North Korean government to offer new incentives for foreign investment from China and Russia. It notes that the action of the government is part of its plan to pay annual land use fees in addition to a one-time lease payment. Moreover, import bans, introduced by the government, that can help larger international investors maintain a market share in the communist country to guarantee profits is also mentioned.


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