Cash-strapped North Korea leases pier at key port to Switzerland

June 2011
East-Asia-Intel Reports;6/22/2011, p8
The article reports on the leasing of Pier No. 2 in Rajin Port in North Korea by the country's government to Switzerland, in its efforts to attract foreign investment. It is reported that, the pier is located in the Rason special economic and free trade zone. It is reported that, several Europe based companies have shown interest and plans to invest in the Rason zone and Hwanggumpyong Island in North Korea, on the country's border with China.


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