East-Asia-Intel.com: N. Korea to open up 12 economic zones for foreign investors -- February 24, 2010

February 2010
East-Asia-Intel Reports;2/24/2010, p10
The article reports that North Korea is planning to overhaul its economic zone scheme and opening 12 economic zones for foreign investors. It informs that these special economic zones are aimed to attract more overseas capital. 12 zones will be established in five or six cities including Kaesong, Sinuiju and Rason.


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